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2.1.4 Available Functions for Terminals in XSCF-LAN Connection


2.1.4 Available Functions for Terminals in XSCF-LAN Connection
You can use the XSCF shell and control domain console via the SSH or Telnet service from a terminal connected to the XSCF-LAN.

Access through the XSCF-LAN makes available the e-mail notification function, the SNMP function, the remote maintenance service function, time synchronization by an external NTP server, and user authentication with the LDAP server, Active Directory server, or LDAP over SSL server. Depending on the Web browser settings, you can also use XSCF Web.

Table 2-2 lists the terminals and consoles for the XSCF-LAN connection and the available functions.
Table 2-2  Terminals and Consoles for the XSCF-LAN Connection and the Available Functions
Terminal Type Work Port number/
cable
XSCF shell terminal
- Once connected to the SSH service or Telnet service, the XSCF shell can be used.

- You can switch the window to the control domain console in the same way as with the serial port.

- After you log in, if the XSCF shell is left unused for a specific duration, you are forcibly logged out in the same way as with the serial port.
SSH:22
Telnet:23
A LAN cable is required.
Control domain console (RW console)
- This OS console can be used for input/output. Using the console command from the XSCF shell terminal, you can open the RW console by specifying the physical partition and the write-enabled console.

- In one physical partition, only one user (one connection) can use the RW console at a time.

- For details on the time setting for the session timeout when the control domain console is left unused, see the ttymon explanation in the reference manual of Oracle Solaris.
Control domain console (RO console)
- This OS console is a reference-only console. Using the console command from the XSCF shell terminal, you can open the RO console by specifying the physical partition and the reference-only console.
XSCF Web console You can use the XSCF Web console by specifying the URL in a Web browser. HTTPS:443
A LAN cable is required.
The maximum number of allowed concurrent connections to the RW console and RO console is as follows:
- SPARC M12-1/M10-1: 20 consoles

- SPARC M12-2/M10-4: 40 consoles

- SPARC M12-2S/M10-4S (no crossbar box): 40 consoles

- SPARC M12-2S/M10-4S (with crossbar boxes): 70 consoles