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Oracle® ILOM Administrator's Guide for Configuration and Maintenance Firmware Release 4.0.x

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Updated: July 2020

Management Services and Network Default Properties

To help make the process for deploying a server simple and straightforward, Oracle ILOM is shipped preconfigured with most management service ports and standard network connectivity properties enabled. However, to maximize security and to prevent unauthorized access to Oracle ILOM, you should disable properties for any management service ports that are not required.

Note - The default properties in Oracle ILOM are customer-configurable after establishing a management connection to Oracle ILOM.
Table 3  Management Services Enabled by Default
Management Access
Default Properties
Service Port
To modify configurable properties, see;
Web Server: Mode
  • Redirect HTTP Connection to HTTPS

Web Server: State
  • HTTPS, Enabled

Web Server: SSL
Later firmware versions of Oracle ILOM )
  • TLS v1.1 Disabled

    Note -  Support for TLSv1.0 is removed as of Oracle ILOM 4.0.0

    Note -  TLSv1.1 is disabled by default as of Oracle ILOM 4.0.4.

  • TLS v1.2 Enabled

  • Default SSL certificate

  • Default SSL self-signing private key

IPMI: State
  • Enabled

Note. For a higher level of security, Oracle ILOM IPMI clients should always support and operate in IPMI 2.0 mode.
SNMP: State
  • SNMPv3, Enabled

Single Sign On
  • Enabled

Secure Shell (SSH)
  • Enabled

  • RSA and DSA Key Generation

Remote KVMS Redirection (video, keyboard, mouse, and storage)
  • Enabled

5120-5123, 5555, 5556, 7578, 7579
Service tag

An Oracle discovery protocol that identifies servers and provides integration to Oracle service solutions.

  • Enabled


Note - For a complete list of default network ports used by Oracle ILOM, see Default Network Ports Used by Oracle ILOM.
Table 4  Network Connectivity Properties Enabled by Default
Network Connectivity Property
Default Value
To modify configurable properties, see:
Network: State
  • Enabled

IPv4: Mode
  • DHCP, enabled

IPv6: State
  • Enabled

IPv6: Mode
  • Auto-Config, Stateless

Management Port:
  • Dedicated Network Management (MGMT)

Local Host Interconnect
  • Host Utilities Managed: Enabled

  • State: Disabled

  • Auto DNS via DHCP, Enabled

Serial Port
  • Owner: Service Processor

  • Baud Rate: 9600

  • Host Flow Control: None

User Authentication

The property states for LDAP, RADIUS, and Active Directory are, by default, disabled.

  • Root user account: root

  • Root password: changeme

  • Permitted local accounts: Up to 10 customer-configurable user accounts

  • Single Sign On: Enabled for remote KVMS and CMM blade navigation (drill-down).