Here we will help you access your server's IPMI interface and launch the IPKVM console for remote server management. Follow the steps below to get started:

Accessing the IPMI Interface

  1. Open your web browser and enter the IPMI web panel in the address bar. The IPMI web panel is provided in your YAML configuration System->Remote Access->Additional Parameters->Panel->URL.

  2. Log in to the IPMI interface using username and password from the same section.

Launching the IPKVM Console

  1. Once logged in, you'll see the IPMI web interface dashboard. Look for the "Remote Control" or "KVM Console" menu in the top navigation bar, or on the left sidebar, depending on your IPMI version.

  2. Click "Remote Control" or "KVM Console", and then select "Launch Console" or "Console Redirection" from the dropdown menu. This will open a new window or prompt you to download a JNLP (Java Network Launching Protocol) file, depending on your IPMI version.

  3. If prompted to download a JNLP file, save it to your local machine. You will need to have Java installed and a compatible Java Web Start client, such as OpenWebStart, to launch the file. Once installed, open the downloaded JNLP file with your Java Web Start client, and the IPKVM console will launch.

    Note: If you don't have OpenWebStart installed, you can download it from the official website: https://openwebstart.com/download/

  4. If the console opens directly in a new window, you should now have access to the server's remote KVM interface. You can control the server as if you were physically present at the machine, including powering on/off, rebooting, attaching devices and accessing the BIOS.

Now you can use the IPKVM console to remotely manage your server via the IPMI web interface. Enjoy your new dedicated server and don't hesitate to reach out to our support team if you need any assistance.