Supermicro Default Ipmi Password

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Default usernameDefault password
adminadmin

IMPORTANT NOTE:

For new systems or devices, Supermicro will no longer use the standard password “ADMIN.” On every hardware device with BMC, all impacted systems will start to ship with a “Unique Pre-Programmed Password” for user admin.

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pre-programmed password

The one-of-a-kind pre-programmed password will be made up of exactly 10 alphabetical uppercase letters. This will lessen misunderstanding between some similar-looking alpha and non-alpha characters.

Example:

Supermicro Default Ipmi Password (2)

 

Reset password to “ADMIN’ Using Raw Command Script

Summary

Feature:

Change all admin passwords for all IP in range using Supermicro mapping file to default “ADMIN”

Ping is used to test the valid IP addresses in IP range.

Using ARP (Address Resolution Protocol), pinging an IP address on your local network will first look at the local ARP table on the system, to retrieve its MAC address. If the IP address is not found in the ARP table, the system will send a broadcast packet to the network. All machines on the network will receive it and any machine with the requested IP address will respond back, adding to the local ARP table with its MAC address. Using the MAC addresses found on the ARP table, it will match the IP addresses in the IP range to their passwords found in the mapping file.

Using SUM and its function SetBmcpassword, the BMC password is changed to the password found in user password file for each pair of IP address to unique password.

Usage

python reset_bmc_password_to_admin [supermicro_mapping_file] [start_ip] [end_ip] -h, –help can be used for help with parameter

[root@localhost set password with raw command] python reset_bmc_password_to admin.py   input_file.txt 172.31.4.10 172.31.4.10

PING 172.31.4.10 (172.31.4.10) 56(84) bytes of data.

64 bytes from 172.31.4.10: icmp seq=1 tt1=64 time=1.0S ms

64 bytes from 172.31.4.10: icmp seq=2 tt1=64 time=0.381 ms

64 bytes from 172.31.4.10: icmp seq=3 tt1=64 time=0.402 ms

— 172.31.4.10 ping statistics —

3 packets transmitted, 3 received, O% packet loss, time 2000ms

rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.361/0.614/1.059/0.314 ms

ping to 172.31.4.10 OK

LIST OF ALL IP ADDRESSES FOUND

172.31.4.10      Oc: c4:7a:29:6a:df

172.31.4.10 In progress

172.31.4.10 success

SUCCESSFUL PASSWORD RESET

172.31.4.10

FINISHED

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Set Password with User Password Script

Summary

Feature:

Change all admin passwords for all IP in range using supermicro mapping file

Ping is used to test the valid IP addresses in IP range.

Using ARP (Address Resolution Protocol), pinging an IP address on your local network will first look at the local ARP table on the system, to retrieve its mac address. If the IP address is not found in the ARP table, the system will send a broadcast packet to the network. All machines on the network will receive it and any machine with the requested IP address will respond back, adding to the local ARP table with its mac address. Using the mac addresses found on the ARP table, it will match the IP addresses in the IP range to their passwords found in the mapping file. Using SUM and its function SetBmcpassword, the BMC password is changed to the password found in user password file for each pair of IP address to unique password.

Usage

python set_bmc_password [supermicro_mapping_file] [user_password_file] [start_ip] [end_ip] -h, –help can be used for help with parameters

Supermicro Default Ipmi Password

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