B1000N - CMC Static IP Configuration
Created by: James Peck
Modified on: Mon, 12 Apr, 2021 at 7:36 AM
In order to set a static IP address for your Bambo Chassis Management Controller (CMC) you will require a USB to Micro USB cable and physical access to the front panel of the B1000N Chassis
1. Console Connection
Connect a micro-USB cable (not provided) to the IOIO port on the front of the Bamboo B1000N chassis. Connect to a standard USB port on a laptop or server.
Use your preferred serial console application to connect with settings
Baud rate: 115200
Data bits - 8
Parity - None
Flow Control - None
Once connected authenticate with the default factory credentials of -
Microsoft Windows / Putty -
Linux / Minicom -
2. Set Static IP Address
Once connected and authenticated to the B1000N CMC console run the bac command to set your static IP address
$ bac setniccfg -s <IP Address> <Subnet Mask> <Gateway>
3. Enable SSH
You may also wish to enable SSH to the Bamboo B1000N CMC to facilitate static IP configuration of the individual Bamboo compute nodes. This is also controlled through the bac command
$ bac enable ssh port <specify port number>
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