Oracle ILOM Remote System VNC Console is an implementation of the Virtual Network Computing (VNC) system. The VNC Console enables you to work on your desktop system and remotely redirect the keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) events of the server to your local graphical desktop display.
You can use a VNC client that supports TLS 1.1 such as Tiger VNC to connect to the SP of the server through port 5900. If your server is configured with multiple PDomains and have assigned IP address to the HOSTs, you can connect to the SP for each PDomain using ports assigned to each HOST instead of specifying each HOST's IP address:
For example, to connect to the SP of HOST3 specify the hostname or IP address of the system and port 5923 (10.102.123.44:5923).
For more information about requirements for using and connecting t to the Oracle ILOM Remote System VNC Console, refer to Connecting to the Oracle ILOM Remote System VNC Console in Oracle ILOM Administrator’s Guide for Configuration and Maintenance Firmware Release 4.0.x.