Default Users of the NodeGrid
The Nodegrid OS comes with 3 default users:
That provides full access to all features and functions, on the Web Interface as well as on the CLI. It can login via the Console, via SSH, WebUI and API. From the CLI, admin user can switch to SHELL, but with limited privileges. Default password: admin
That has by default only access via console. It may also have SHELL access to the Linux OS via ssh. It does not have access to the web interface. When switching to CLI, root user is just a regular user. Default password: root
That is for internal use, for systems to systems automation. It has SHELL and CLI access, and webUI access.
Telnet service is disabled by default. SSH root access is disabled by default.
How to Add Users to NodeGrid
Adding new users via WebUI Log in as admin to the NodeGrid WebUI Click on Local Accounts A list of all users will be displayed on the User Names screen; Click on Add and the Local User Information screen will be displayed; Type a new user name and ...
How to Reset the NodeGrid to Factory Default
If you want to reset your NodeGrid to the factory default configuration, log in as admin to the NodeGrid WebUi, and go to System, ToolKit, and then click on Restore to Factory Default Settings: And click on Restore button. If using CLI, then follow ...
How to Telnet and SSH to the Nodegrid Serial Ports
Note: by default, Telnet access is turned off with your Nodegrid Serial Console. Authorized users can use Telnet or SSH to connect directly to the console of a managed device if all of the following are true: Telnet / SSH protocol is enabled under ...
How to Recover/Reset Password of Admin or Root Users
Case #1 The admin password was changed and you don’t remember it, but root password is still the default. Log in as root via NodeGrid console port, type its default password root. At the shell prompt, type passwd admin and enter the new password. You ...
Nodegrid Manager Installation in ESXi 6
Nodegrid Manager software is installed from an ISO file. The installation procedure is a three-stage process: Creating a virtual machine; Booting from the ISO file in order to install the software; Restarting and booting from the newly created ...