2 minute read.Last Modified 2023-11-17 10:22 EST
Use the Network > IPMI screen to configure the TrueNAS for an IPMI connection. The IPMI configuration screen provides a shortcut to the most basic IPMI configuration.
|TrueNAS Controller||Select a TrueNAS controller from the dropdown list. All IPMI changes are applied to that TrueNAS controller.|
|Channel||Select the communications channel to use from the dropdown list. Available channel numbers vary by hardware.|
|Password||Enter a password for connecting to the IPMI interface from a web browser. The password must include at least one upper case letter, one lower case letter, one digit, and one special character (punctuation, e.g. ! # $ %, etc.). It must also be 8-16 characters long.|
|DHCP||Select to use DHCP to set the IPv4 Address, IPv4 Netmask, and Ipv4 Default Gateway. If checkbox is clear you must manually enter these settings.|
|IPv4 Address||Enter the static IP address of the IPMI web interface. This is the address TrueNAS connects to when you click the MANAGE button.|
|IPv4 Netmask||Enter the subnet mask associated with the IP address.|
|IPv4 Default Gateway||Enter the default gateway of the IPv4 connection. This is associated with the IP address.|
|VLAN ID||Enter the VLAN identifier if the IPMI out-of-band management interface is not on the same VLAN as management networking.|
|IDENTIFY LIGHT||Displays a dialog to activate an IPMI identify light on the compatible connected hardware.|
|MANAGE||Connects the TrueNAS to the IPMI web interface login screen.|
Use SAVE to save the IPMI settings.
See IPMI for more information.