Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Omconfig chassis remoteaccess or omconfig mainsystem remoteaccess

Use the omconfig chassis remoteaccess or omconfig mainsystem remoteaccess command to configure:
  • Remote access on a local area network (LAN).
  • The serial port for BMC or RAC, whichever is installed.
  • The BMC or RAC on a serial over LAN connection.
  • Terminal settings for the serial port.
  • Advanced settings for a serial over LAN connection.
  • Information on a BMC or RAC user.
  • Information on IPv6 and IPv4 interfaces.
  • NOTE: Enter the user ID to configure user information.
Type:
omconfig chassis remoteaccess
or
omconfig mainsystem remoteaccess

The output of the omconfig chassis remoteaccess or omconfig mainsystem remoteaccess command lists each of the available configurations. The following table displays the valid parameters:

Table 1. Valid Parameters Of Omconfig Chassis Remoteaccess Or Omconfig Mainsystem Remoteaccess . This table lists the Valid Parameters Of Omconfig Chassis Remoteaccess Or Omconfig Mainsystem Remoteaccess
name=value pair 1 config= name=value pair 2 Description
config=additional ipv4=enable | disable

enable: IPv4 stack to load on iDRAC.

disable: IPv4 stack to flush on iDRAC.

  ipv6=enable | disable

enable: Enables IPv6 stack to load on iDRAC.

disable: Disables IPv6 stack to unload on iDRAC.

  • NOTE: This option requires license to enable or disable ipv6. If the appropriate license is not installed or has expired, the system displays an error message. For more information, see Dell License Manager at dell.com/openmanagemanuals.
config=advsol characcuminterval=number

number: Sets the character accumulate interval in 5 millisecond intervals.

  charsendthreshold=number

number: Sets the number of characters. BMC automatically sends a serial over LAN data packet that contains the number of characters as soon as this number of characters (or greater) has been accepted from the baseboard serial controller into the BMC.

  enableipmi= true | false

true: Enables IPMI over LAN.

false: Disables IPMI over LAN.

  enablenic=true | false

true: Enables DRAC NIC.

false: Disables DRAC NIC

 

nicselection=sharedwithfailoveronall | nic1 |teamednic1nic2 | dracnic

sharedwithfailoveronall: Configures the new NIC selection option.

nic1: Enables NIC 1.

teamednic1nic2: Enables NIC teaming functionality.

dracnic: Enables DRAC NIC if DRAC 5 is installed.

  • NOTE: The nicselection option is supported only on PowerEdge 10G and 11G systems. From PowerEdge 12G systems onwards, primarynw and failovernw replaces nicselection.
  primarynw=dedicated | lom1 | lom2 | lom3 | lom4

dedicated: Configures dedicated port as primary network for remote access.

  • NOTE: This option requires license to configure primarynw as dedicated. If the appropriate license is not installed or has expired, the system displays an error message. For more information, see Dell License Manager at dell.com/openmanagemanuals.

lom 1: Configures lom1 port as the primary network for remote access.

lom 2: Configures lom2 port as the primary network for remote access.

lom 3: Configures lom3 port as the primary network for remote access.

lom 4: Configures lom4 port as the primary network for remote access.

  • NOTE: The primarynw option is supported from PowerEdge12G systems onward. If the primarynw is set to dedicated, then set failovernw to none.
  • NOTE: If the primarynw is set to dedicated, then set failovernw to none.
  failovernw=none | lom1 | lom2 | lom3 | lom4 | all

none: Configures the failover network to none.

lom 1: Configures the failover network to lom 1.

lom 2: Configures the failover network to lom 2.

lom 3: Configures the failover network to lom 3.

lom 4 : Configures the failover network to lom 4.

all: Configures the failover network to all loms.

  • NOTE: The failovernw option is supported on PowerEdge12G systems onward. Configure both primarynw and failovernw to set the nicselection. The primarynw and failovernw options cannot have the same value.
  • NOTE: Configure both primarynw and failovernw to set the nicselection. The primarynw and failovernw options cannot have the same value.
  • NOTE: Failovernw requires license to configure the ports. If the appropriate license is not installed or has expired, the system displays an error message. For more information, see Dell License Manager at dell.com/openmanagemanuals.
  ipaddress=IP

Sets the IP address if you have selected static as the IP address source for the BMC LAN interface.

  subnet=Subnet Sets a subnet mask if you have selected static as the IP address source for the BMC LAN interface.
  gateway=Gateway

Sets a gateway address if you have selected static as the IP address source for the BMC LAN interface.

  ipsource=static | dhcp | systemsoftware

static: Static if the IP address of the BMC LAN interface is a fixed, assigned IP address.

dhcp: DHCP if the source of the IP address of the BMC LAN interface is the dynamic host configuration protocol.

systemsoftware: System software if the source of the IP address of the BMC LAN interface is from the system software.

  • NOTE: All commands may not be supported on the system.
  ipaddressv6=< IPv6 address> prefixlength= length Validates the IPv6 address for configuration.
  gatewayv6=< value> Validates the IPv6 gateway.
  ipsourcev6=static | auto

static: IPv6 address source is set to static.

auto: IPv6 address source is set to auto.

  altdnsserverv6 Validates the address of the alternate DNS server for configuration.
  dnssourcev6=static | auto

static: DNS source is set to static.

auto: DNS source is set to auto.

  vlanenable=true | false

true: Enables the virtual LAN identification.

false: Disables the virtual LAN identification.

  vlanid=number

number: Virtual LAN identification in the range of 1 to 4094.

  vlanpriority=number

number: Priority of virtual LAN identification in the range of 0 to 7.

  privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user

administrator: Sets the maximum privilege level that is accepted on a LAN channel, to Administrator.

operator: Sets the maximum privilege level that is accepted on a LAN channel, to Operator.

user: Sets the maximum privilege level that is accepted on a LAN channel, to User.

 

encryptkey=text confirmencryptkey=text

text: Text used for encryption and confirmation of encryption.

  prefdnsserverv6=< value> Validates the preferred DNS server for configuration.
config=serial

baudrate=9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600 | 115200

9600: Sets the connection speed to 9600 bits per second.

19200: Sets the connection speed to 19200 bits per second.

38400: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 38400 bits per second.

57600: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 57600 bits per second.

115200: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 115200 bits per second.

  flowcontrol=none | rtscts

none: No control over the flow of communication through the serial port.

rtscts: RTS is ready to send and CTS is clear to send.

  mode=directbasic | directterminal | directbasicterminal | modembasic | modemterminal | modembasicterminal

directbasic: Type of messaging used for IPMI messaging over a serial connection.

directterminal: Type of messaging that uses printable ASCII characters and allows a limited number of text commands over a serial connection.

directbasicterminal: Both basic and terminal mode messaging over a serial connection.

modembasic: Type of messaging used for IPMI messaging over a modem.

modemterminal: Type of messaging that uses printable ASCII characters and allows a limited number of text commands over a modem.

modembasicterminal: Both basic and terminal messaging over a modem.

  • NOTE: All commands may not be supported on the system.
  privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user

administrator: Sets the maximum privilege level that are accepted on a serial connection, to Administrator.

operator: Sets the maximum privilege level that are accepted on a serial connection, to Operator.

user: Sets the maximum privilege level that are accepted on a serial connection, to User.

config=serialoverlan enable=true | false

true: Enables serial over LAN for the BMC.

false: Disables serial over LAN for the BMC.

 

baudrate=9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600 | 115200

9600: Sets the volatile and nonvolatile connection speed to 9600 bits per second.

19200: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 19200 bits per second.

38400: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 38400 bits per second.

57600: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 57600 bits per second.

115200: Sets the volatile and non-volatile connection speed to 115200 bits per second.

  privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user

administrator: Sets the maximum privilege level that are accepted on a serial over LAN channel, to Administrator.

operator: Sets the maximum privilege level that are accepted on a serial over LAN channel, to Operator.

user: Sets the maximum privilege level that are accepted on a serial over LAN channel, to User.

config=settodefault   Takes the default configuration settings.
config=terminalmode deletecontrol=outputdel | outputbkspspbksp

utputdel: BMC outputs a <del> character when <bksp> or <del> is received.

outputbkspspbksp: BMC outputs a <bksp><sp><bksp> character when <bksp> or <del> is received.

  handshakingcontrol=enabled | disabled

enabled: Directs the BMC to output a character sequence that indicates when its input buffer is ready to accept another command.

disabled: Does not direct the BMC to output a character sequence that indicates when its input buffer is ready to accept another command.

  inputlinesequence=cr | null

cr: The console uses <CR> as a new line sequence.

null: The console uses <NULL> as a new line sequence.

  lineediting=enabled | disabled

enabled: Enables line editing as a line is typed.

disabled: Disables line editing as a line is typed.

  newlinesequence=none| crlf | null | cr | lfcr | lf

none: BMC does not use a termination sequence.

crlf: BMC uses <CR-LF> as a new line sequence when the BMC writes a new line to the console.

null: BMC uses <Null> as a new line sequence when the BMC writes a new line to the console.

cr: BMC uses <CR> as a new line sequence when the BMC writes a new line to the console.

lfcr: BMC uses <LF-CR> as a new line sequence when the BMC writes a new line to the console.

lf: BMC uses <LF> as a new line sequence when the BMC writes a new line to the console.

config=user id=number enable=true | false

id=number: ID (in numeric format) of the user being configured.

enable=true: Enables the user.

enable=false: Disables the user.

  id=number

id=number enableserialoverlan=true | false

id=number: ID (in numeric format) of the user being configured.

enableserialoverlan=true: Enables serial over LAN.

enableserialoverlan=false: Disables serial over LAN.

  id=number name=text

id=number: ID (in numeric format) of the user being configured.

name=text: Name of the user.

  id=number newpw=text confirmnewpw=text

id=number: ID (in numeric format) of the user being configured.

newpw=text: New password of the user.

confirmnewpw=text: Confirm the new password.

  id=number serialaccesslevel=administrator | operator | user | none

id=number: ID (in numeric format) of the user being configured.

serialaccesslevel=administrator: User with an ID has access privileges of an Administrator for the serial port channel.

serialaccesslevel=operator: User with an ID has access privileges of an Operator for the serial port channel.

serialaccesslevel=user: User with an ID has access privileges of a User for the serial port channel.

serialaccesslevel=none: User with an ID does not have access privileges for the serial port channel.

  id=number lanaccesslevel=administrator | operator | user| none

id=number: ID number of the user being configured.

lanaccesslevel=administrator: User with an ID has access privileges of an Administrator for the LAN channel.

lanaccesslevel=operator: User with an ID has access privileges of an Operator for the LAN channel.

lanaccesslevel=user: User with an ID has access privileges of a user for the LAN channel.

lanaccesslevel=none: User with an ID does not have access privileges for the LAN channel.

  id=user id dracusergroup=admin | poweruser | guest | custom | none

id=user id: User ID of the user being configured.

dracusergroup=admin: Enables the Administrator user privileges.

dracusergroup=poweruser: Enables the Power User privileges.

dracusergroup=guest: Enables the Guest user privileges.

dracusergroup=custom: Enables the Custom User privileges.

dracusergroup=none: Does not enable user privileges.

 

id=user id extipmiusergroup=admin | operator | readonly | custom | none

  • NOTE: extipmiusergroup user group is available only on Dell 10G blade systems.

id=user id: User ID of the user being configured.

extipmiusergroup=admin: Enables the Administrator user privileges.

extipmiusergroup=operator: Enables the Operator privileges.

extipmiusergroup=readonly: Enables the Read Only privileges.

extipmiusergroup=custom: Enables the Custom User privileges.

  • NOTE: It is recommended that you use the operator and readonly options for systems with iDRAC Enterprise. For more information, see Usage of Extipmiusergroup=custom.

extipmiusergroup=none: Does not enable user privileges.


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