RSA SecurID Appliance 3.0 Model 250 - How to configure the DRAC
RSA SecurID Appliance 3.0 Model 250
How to configure DRAC on Dell 2950
DRAC is the Dell Remote Access Card. The following details provide guidance on enabling the Appliance DRAC, network configuration , root password, and basic User This guidance is provided WITHOUT support from RSA. Support of DRAC is under consideration for future release but has been known to work.
To find out if a user exists, enter the following command at the command prompt, once for each index of 1?16.
./racadm getconfig -g cfgUserAdmin -i <index>
The two objects of interest are:
If the cfgUserAdminUserName object has no value, that index number, which is indicated by the cfgUserAdminIndex object, is available for use. If a name appears after the "=", that index is taken by that user name
Example ./racadm config -g cfgUserAdmin -o cfgUserAdminUserName -i 3 ""
The user privilege bit mask is made is up the privileges which are assigned to the user, as detailed in the table below:
Privilege Bit Mask
Log In To DRAC 5
Configure DRAC 5
Execute Server Control Commands
Access Console Redirection
Access Virtual Media
Execute Debug Commands
Privilege bit masks should be added to allow multiple user privileges.
The writing of this knowledge database article does not imply support for configuring or use of the DRAC in conjunction with the RSA SecurID Appliance 3.0. Dell has information on the DRAC at: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/software/smdrac3/ DRAC uses TCP port 5900 so open that in any Firewall between the Appliance and your PC
The iDRAC 6 used on the newer Appliance 250 with Poweredge 710 hardware, Username: root Password: calvin