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3par storeServ 8440 os 3.2.2. 612 (mu4)- password console ?

Masoud3258
Occasional Advisor

3par storeServ 8440 os 3.2.2. 612 (mu4)- password console ?

Hello,

I'm going to install "3par storeServ 8440 os 3.2.2. 612 (mu4)"; but I have received an error as " incorrect login". Note that I used from password "cmp43pd"  and username  "console". Are these true ? 
I tried to login to the serial console but I don't know the 3paradm password as well as the console user password. please guide me to improve this error.    
    
Best regards, 
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yapkl
Valued Contributor

Re: 3par storeServ 8440 os 3.2.2. 612 (mu4)- password console ?

Hi,

 

1. Please don't key in these passwords cleartext here, hope you can edit your post and delete the password.

2. Because of reasons like #1, 3PAR now uses strong password. You need to call HPE support to get the console password.

http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c04761583

 

Best Regards,

yapkl

Note: The opinions & comments above are my personal opinions, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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Cali
Esteemed Contributor

Re: 3par storeServ 8440 os 3.2.2. 612 (mu4)- password console ?

If the System is new, this is the right User and Password for the Serial Console.

If the System is Installed the Serial Login is encryted.

Use the 3PAR Smart Start CD it will Guide you to the Setup Procedure.

 

louisji2008
Frequent Advisor

Re: 3par storeServ 8440 os 3.2.2. 612 (mu4)- password console ?

I faced the same issue as you.

I have a 4 node 8400, its OS is 3.2.2.
It is a new one and I need install and configure it.
After input 'console' when the system startup, the system wait for around 30 seconds and displayed 'login time out'.

I've tried every 4 nodes and reboot the whole 3par 8400.

Is this a product issue?
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