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ipmi_lan(5)		IPMI LAN Interface config file		   ipmi_lan(5)

NAME
       ipmi/lan.conf - IPMI LAN	Interface config file

SYNOPSIS
       /etc/ipmi/lan.conf

DESCRIPTION
       The  ipmi_sim and ipmilan commands are configured using this configura-
       tion file.

CONFIGURATION ITEMS
       The following fields are	used in	many commands:

       boolean May be "true", "false", "on" or "off".

       priv An IPMI privilege level.  This may be "callback", "user",  "opera-
       tor", or	"admin".

       auth An IPMI authorization type.	 This may be "none" for	no authentica-
       tion, "straight"	for straight,  in-the-clear  password  authentication,
       "md2" for use MD2 message digest	authentication,	or "md5" for using MD5
       message digest authentication.

FILE STRUCTURE
       Blank lines and lines starting with `#' are ignored.

       The following commands are allowed the configuration file:

       name "name"
	      Set a name for the BMC.  This will control  other	 things,  like
	      the  default  value of the ipmi_sim startup command file and the
	      place where persistent data is stored.

       user usernum enabled username password max-priv max-session
	      usernum specifies	the user number	for the	user.  Note that  user
	      number  0	 is  invalid, and user number 1	is the special "anony-
	      mous" user, whose	username is ignored.  This value may be	up  to
	      63,  the	maximum	possible IPMI user.  If	you want anonymous ac-
	      cess, you	must have a user number	1.

	      enabled is a boolean that	specified whether the user is  enabled
	      or not.

	      username specifies the name of the user, specified as a name.

	      password	specifies  the	password  of  the user,	specified as a
	      name.

	      max-priv specifies the maximum privilege level allowed  for  the
	      user.

	      max.sessions  specifies  the  maximum number of session the user
	      may open.

       startcmd	"cmd"
	      specifies	a command to execute when a  power  on	is  requested.
	      This  lets  a  virtual  machine be started that can then connect
	      back to the simulator.  The simulator  does  management  of  the
	      process  here,  and the power on state of	the process depends on
	      if the process exists or not.  If	a poweroff  is	requested,  if
	      the  process  is	connected to a VM serial interface, a graceful
	      shutdown is first	requested.  If the process does	not  terminate
	      in a specified amount of time, a SIGTERM is sent to the process.
	      The SIGTERM is sent immediately if there is no  connection.   If
	      the  process doesn't go way in another specified amount of time,
	      a	SIGKILL	is sent.

       startnowtrue|false
	      If true, start the startcmd at the  startup  of  the  simulator.
	      Otherwise	wait until a poweron is	issued.

       poweroff_wait seconds
	      specifies	 the  amount  of time to wait for the startcmd to do a
	      graceful shutdown	on a powerdown request.	  The  simulator  will
	      send a request to	the target, wait this amount of	time, and then
	      do a SIGTERM kill	on the process.	 If this is  zero,  a  SIGTERM
	      will not be done (nor will a SIGKILL).  Note that	if the simula-
	      tor does not have	a connection to	the VM,	the graceful  shutdown
	      is  skipped  and a SIGTERM is done immediately.  Default time is
	      60 seconds.

       kill_wait seconds
	      specifies	the amount of time to wait for	SIGTERM	 to  kill  the
	      process.	 If  the  process does not terminate in	this period of
	      time, send a SIGKILL kill.  If this  is  zero,  don't  send  the
	      SIGKILL.	Default	time is	20 seconds.

       console address port
	      specifies	that a console port be opened at the given address and
	      port.  You can telnet to the console and execute emulation  com-
	      mands.  Note that	this is	a pretty huge security hole, it	should
	      only be used for debugging in a captive environment.

       serial channel addr port	[option	[option	[...]]]
	      channel specifies	the channel number or type.  This may be  kcs,
	      smic,  or	bt or it may be	15.  Currently,	only the system	inter-
	      face channel (channel 15)	is supported for serial	interfaces, if
	      the  others  are specified it is channel 15 and the given	inter-
	      face is reported in channel configuration	commands.

	      addr specifies the IP address to listen on for connections.

	      port specifies the port to listen	on for connections.

	      Valid options are:

	      codec name specifies which codec to  use	on  the	 serial	 port.
	      Valid  options  are: TerminalMode, Direct, RadisysAscii, and VM.
	      The first	three are implementations of IPMI serial interfaces on
	      certain  systems	and might be used for simulations of that sys-
	      tem.  The	VM is probably the most	interesting; it	is designed to
	      be used with a virtual machine like qemu.

	      oem  name	 specified  implementation of some OEM custom commands
	      and options on the interface.  Valid  options  oare  PigeonPoint
	      and Radisys.

	      attn  c1[,c2[...]]  specifies a list of characters, separated by
	      commas, to use as	the  attention	character  on  the  interface.
	      Generally	 the default is	correct.  The characters are specified
	      as decimal, octal, or hex	digits in C style.

	      ipmb addr	specifies the IPMI address of the interface.  The  de-
	      fault, 0x20, is usually correct, but when	emulating ATCA systems
	      this might be required.

       sol device  default_baud	 [history=size[,backupfile=filename]]  [histo-
       ryfru=frunum]

	      Allow  a	Serial	Over LAN (SOL) connection to the given device.
	      This will	be over	interface 1 for	the MC.

	      device is	the full path to the device name.  It can also	be  in
	      the  form	"tcp:address:port" or "telnet:address:port" to do con-
	      nections over tcp	(without or with telnet	processing).  This  is
	      useful for providing SOL access to qemu ports.

	      default_baud sets	the initial default baud rate to use.  This is
	      overriden	by the persistent SOL settings.

	      history creates a	history	device on SOL interface	2.   The  size
	      is  the  size  of	the buffer.  Data from the device is stored in
	      the history buffer all the time.	Connecting to SOL interface  2
	      will  cause the full history buffer to be	dumped.	 If backupfile
	      is specified, then the history is	made persistent.  However,  it
	      is  only	stored	when  a	catchable signal or normal shutdown is
	      done, so a poweroff or fatal signal will cause the  data	to  be
	      lost.

	      historyfru  makes	the history available via the given FRU	number
	      on the MC.

	      Note that	if the connection fails	to come	up, the	simulator will
	      continue	to  try	 to  connect.  This way	you can	fix UDP	serial
	      ports or qemu sessions and it will automatically reconnect.

       loadlib "module"	["options"]

	      Load the given shared object into	the program.

	      module is	the full path to the module.  It must be in quotes.

	      options is an optional string in quotes that passes  options  to
	      the  module.   The contents of the string	are not	specified, the
	      module defines that.

	      The module may have a number of functions	that are called:

	      ipmi_sim_module_print_version(sys_data_t *sys, char *options) is
	      called  when  ipmi_sim is	started	with the version print option.
	      This way the versions of all loaded modules may be printed.  The
	      module  should  print it's version.  You must provide this func-
	      tion.

	      ipmi_sim_module_init(sys_data_t *sys, char *options)  is	called
	      after  the  configuration	file is	read and before	any other ini-
	      tialization is done.  The	module should do most of its  initial-
	      ization here.  You must provide this function.

	      ipmi_sim_module_post_init(sys_data_t   *sys)   is	 called	 after
	      ipmi_sim has finished initializing.  This	function is optional.

       sys parameter is	used  for  most	 functions  interfacing	 to  the  main
       ipmi_sim	 code,	like  logging, timers, and a few of the	MC calls.  The
       contents	are opaque to the module.

       startlan	channel
	      Starts a LAN configuration area.	This  specifies	 the  settings
	      for a LAN	connection using the given channel.  This may be spec-
	      ified more than once in a	file to	support	multiple  LAN  connec-
	      tions.   Commands	following this,	up to endlan, are LAN-specific
	      commands listed below.  channel specifies	the channel to set the
	      LAN configuration	for.

LAN CONFIGURATION COMMANDS
       The following commands are only valid inside a startlen area.

       addr IP-address [UDP-port]
	      IP-address specifies the IP address to use for an	IP port. Up to
	      4	addresses may be specified.  If	no address  is	specified,  it
	      defaults	to  one	 port at 0.0.0.0 (for every address on the ma-
	      chine) at	port 623.

	      UDP-port specifies an optional port to listen on.	It defaults to
	      623 (the standard	port).

       PEF_alerting boolean
	      Turn PEF alerting	on or off (not currently supported).

       per_msg_auth boolean
	      Turn per-message authentication on or off.

       priv_limit priv
	      The maximum privilege allowed on this interface.

       allowed_auths_callback [auth [auth [...]]]
	      auth  specifies  allowed	authorization  levels for the callback
	      privilege	level.	Only the levels	specified on this line are al-
	      lowed for	the authorization level.  If this line is not present,
	      callback authorization cannot be used.

       allowed_auths_user [auth	[auth [...]]]
	      auth specifies allowed authorization levels for the user	privi-
	      lege  level.  Only the levels specified on this line are allowed
	      for the authorization level.  If this line is not	present,  user
	      authorization cannot be used.

       allowed_auths_operator [auth [auth [...]]]
	      auth  specifies  allowed	authorization  levels for the operator
	      privilege	level.	Only the levels	specified on this line are al-
	      lowed for	the authorization level.  If this line is not present,
	      operator authorization cannot be used.

       allowed_auths_admin [auth [auth [...]]]
	      auth specifies allowed authorization levels for the admin	privi-
	      lege  level.  Only the levels specified on this line are allowed
	      for the authorization level.  If this line is not	present,  user
	      authorization cannot be used.

       guid name
	      Allows the 16-byte GUID for the IPMI LAN connection to be	speci-
	      fied.  If	this is	not specified, then the	GUID  command  is  not
	      supported.

FILES
       /etc/ipmi_lan.conf

SEE ALSO
       ipmilan(8),ipmi_sim(1)

KNOWN PROBLEMS
       IPMI is unnecessarily complicated.

AUTHOR
       Corey Minyard <cminyard@mvista.com>

OpenIPMI			   06/26/12			   ipmi_lan(5)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | CONFIGURATION ITEMS | FILE STRUCTURE | LAN CONFIGURATION COMMANDS | FILES | SEE ALSO | KNOWN PROBLEMS | AUTHOR

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