E9000 blade server product documentation

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E9000 blade server product documentation:
http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/hdx.do?docid=DOC1000053358&lang=en&idPath=7919749|9856522|21782478|19955021|19961380&clientWidth=1304&browseTime=1493000631846

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Whether an E9000 blade is configured with a default BMC IP address
An E9000 blade is not configured with a default BMC IP address. To log in to the management WebUI of a blade, you need to configure the BMC IP address for the blade first. You can log in to the WebUI of the MM910 and configure the iBMC (iMana) IP address of a blade. For details, see Management Modules > MM910 Management Module User Guide > WebUI Overview (Software Version Is (U54)2.20 or Later) > Chassis Settings in the product documentation. http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/hdx.do?docid=DOC1000053358&lang=en&idPath=7919749%7C9856522%7C21782478%7C19955022%7C19961380&clientWidth=1729&browseTime=1456665583989

Default user name and password of the E9000 BMC
The iMana or iBMC of the E9000 blade is not configured with a default IP address. The default user name and password are as follows: Default user name: root Default password: Huawei12#$

E9000 mezzanine cards
Mezzanine cards are installed on E9000 compute nodes and communicate with the switch modules through the midplane. The E9000 server supports the following mezzanine card models: ? MZ110: 4-port GE card ? MZ111: 4-port GE dual-chip card, applicable only to CH140s ? MZ311: 4-port 10GE RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) dual-chip card ? MZ510: 2-port 10GE CNA ? MZ512: 4-port 10GE CNA ? MZ610: 2-port IB Quad Data Rate (QDR) card ? MZ611: 2-port IB Fourteen Data Rate (FDR) card ? MZ612: 2-port IB FDR card, applicable only to CX610 and CX611 switch modules and the CH140 compute nodes. ? MZ613: 2-port IB QDR dual-chip card, applicable only to the CX610 and CX611 switch modules and CH140s ? MZ910: a card that provides two 10GE ports and two 10GE FCoE ports or two 10GE ports and two 8G FC ports. For more information, enter the mezzanine card model, for example, MZ110, to obtain detailed information.

Blade server
A server blade is a cost-effective High Availability High Density (HAHD) server designed for high-density computing. It is a server chassis housing multiple thin, module electronic circuit boards, known as server blades. Each blade functions as a system mainboard.

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