Default IP and Credentials for IPMI
The JBOD will be set to use the Factory Default of 192.168.1.99 and Default credentials of ADMIN:ADMIN
Once you have accessed IPMI, you can use Configuration->Network to set either a STATIC ip address or DHCP.
If you need further information please refer to the Control Board Manual for your JBOD enclosure available through SuperMicro or contact email@example.com
Default IPMI credentials
Q: What is the default username and password for IPMI? A: Both the default username and password are “ADMIN”, case-sensitive. You can change this default password after logging in with the default credentials.
Checking IP address configuration
Q: How can I check the IP address that IPMI is using? A: The motherboard will list the IP address in the BIOS, usually under IPMI > Set LAN Configuration. By default we leave DHCP turned off and set 0.0.0.0 as the static IP before shipping, for ...
Default credentials (Linux)
Q: I just received a system with a pre-installed Linux operating system. What is the password for logging into the system? A: This will depend on the distribution we installed, as various distributions can carry different default access policies. The ...
Introduction to IPMI
Q: What is IPMI? A: IPMI stands for Intelligent Platform Management Interface. It is in essence a web server that runs internally on your motherboard, powered by a separate ARM-based chip, also known as the baseboard management controller (BMC). The ...
Ensuring IPMI is active
Q: How do I know if IPMI is working? A: Most motherboards have an IPMI heartbeat LED that blinks slowly after IPMI has initialized. Other than that, the interface should respond to pings, and will have HTTP and HTTPS web interfaces running on ports ...