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3.11. USER MANAGEMENT

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Request

Sets various controls for the user on the channel: bits 0-3 - channel number bit 4 - Enable IPMI messaging for the user. If this is not set, the user may not send

IPMI messages. bit 5 - Enable link authentication for the user. If this is not set, the user may not

0

authenticate a link. bit 6 - User restricted to callback only. If this is set, the user is restricted to callback

authentication in non-callback situations. In a callback situation, the privilege level is determined by the normal setting. bit 7 - If this is 1, modify the fields in this byte. If this is 0, the fields in this byte

1

are ignored. User ID: bits 0-5 - User number

bits 6-7 - reserved User limits

2

bits 0-3 - The privilege level, as defined in table 3.18 on page 54. Putting a value of Fh in this field will disable access to this channel for the user.

bits 4-7 - reserved. User session limit - optional byte

bits 0-3 - The user session limit. If set to 0, then the limit is the channel’s session

(3)

limit. There does not appear to be any way to read this value, so it is a “write only” parameter. bits 4-7 - reserved

Response

  • 0

    Completion Code

Table 3.19: Set User Access Command, NetFN S/E (06h), Cmd 43h

To fetch the channel information for a user, use the command shown in table 3.20 on the following page.

Request 0

1

bits 0-3 - channel number

bits 4-7 - reserved bits 0-5 - User number

bits 6-7 - reserved

Response 0

1

Completion Code bits 0-5 - Maximum number of user ids available. If this is 1, then only user 1 is supported.

2

bits 6-7 - reserved bits 0-5 - Number of enabled user ids.

bits 6-7 - reserved

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