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Sun v215 ALOM Reset

Hi all,

I got a v215 but the login credentials are unknown. I plug the serial management RS232-RJ45 and get the output on the terminal. I reseted NVRAM and battery but I can't use the default login still. After these operations the output from boot is as such ;


Code:
ALOM POST 1.0
   Status = 00007fff

Returned from Boot Monitor and Handshake

Loading the runtime image...

Sun(tm) Advanced Lights Out Manager 1.6.4 (vitalqip)

Full VxDiag Tests

BASIC TOD TEST
  Read the TOD Clock:        SAT JAN 01 00:12:19 2000
  Wait, 1 - 3 seconds
  Read the TOD Clock:        SAT JAN 01 00:12:21 2000
BASIC TOD TEST, PASSED

ETHERNET CPU LOOPBACK TEST
  50 BYTE PACKET   - a 0 in field of 1's.
SC Alert: SC System booted.
done.

  50 BYTE PACKET   - a 1 in field of 0's.  done.

  900 BYTE PACKET  - pseudo-random data.
done.
ETHERNET CPU LOOPBACK TEST, PASSED

Full VxDiag Tests - PASSED

    Status summary  -  Status = 7FFF

       VxDiag    -          -  PASSED
       POST      -          -  PASSED
       LOOPBACK  -          -  PASSED

       I2C       -          -  PASSED
       EPROM     -          -  PASSED
       FRU PROM  -          -  PASSED

       ETHERNET  -          -  PASSED
       MAIN CRC  -          -  PASSED
       BOOT CRC  -          -  PASSED

       TTYD      -          -  PASSED
       TTYC      -          -  PASSED
       MEMORY    -          -  PASSED
       MPC885    -          -  PASSED


Please login:

Serial line login timeout, returns to console stream.

Enter #. to return to ALOM.

SC Alert: SC Request to send Break to host.

Waiting a couple of minutes at login prompt should lead to sc> but it is not the case here. I also used break for this purpose without luck.

What do you think might be going on ?
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As your console output says, entering the two characters:


Code:
 
 #.

should land you at the:


Code:
sc>

prompt. Perhaps enter a carriage return there to get a response.
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After I type


Code:
#.

and press return, I get the login prompt back again.
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But that should be a ALOM login prompt.

You are using the serial console terminal?

---------- Post updated at 05:44 PM ---------- Previous update was at 05:44 PM ----------

Post the login prompt so we can see what it looks like.
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Serial management port that's correct.


Code:
Copyright 2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
Use is subject to license terms.


Sun(tm) Advanced Lights Out Manager 1.6.4 (vitalqip)

Please login:

Serial line login timeout, returns to console stream.

Enter #. to return to ALOM.


Copyright 2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
Use is subject to license terms.


Sun(tm) Advanced Lights Out Manager 1.6.4 (vitalqip)

Please login:


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If you've reset the ALOM then the login credentials (userid/password) should be either:

admin/changeme

or

root/changeme
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Tried both with no success.
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