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CHAPTER 3. IPMI INTERFACES

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bits 0-5 - Count of user ids with fixed names (that cannot be changed with the set user name command). This includes user 1 and must be sequential starting with user 2.

bits 6-7 - reserved Various controls for the user on the channel:

bits 0-3 - User privilege limit. bit 4 - IPMI messaging enabled for the user. If this is not set, the user may not send

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

authenticate a link. bits 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.

bits 7 - If reserved. Table 3.20: Get User Access Command, NetFN S/E (06h), Cmd

44h

The user name is set using the command defined in table 3.21 and the name can be fetched with the command defined in table 3.22.

Request

User ID:

  • 0

    bits 0-5 - User number

1-16 Response 0

bits 6-7 - reserved User name - These bytes are ASCII-encoded bytes that define the name of the user.

Completion Code Table 3.21: Set User Name Command, NetFN S/E (06h), Cmd 45h

Request

0

User ID: bits 0-5 - User number bits 6-7 - reserved

Response 0 1-16

Completion Code User name - These bytes are ASCII-encoded bytes that define the name of the user.

Table 3.22: Get User Name Command, NetFN S/E (06h), Cmd 46h

The Set User Password command defined in table 3.23 on the next page sets the password and also enables and disables the user with a different mode of the command. Obviously, there is no way to get the password, but unfortunately, there is no way to get the enable value, either. Passwords for the IPMI 1.5

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