NBB-115 & NBB-230: Network Boot Bars - User's Guide
c) Via Network: The NBB includes a default IP address
(, which allows you to contact the unit from any
network node on the same subnet. When the NBB is installed in a
working network environment, it is recommended that you redefine
the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address as described in
Section 5.3.4.
i. Telnet to the NBB’s IP address. For example, if the IP address
is "", then on a UNIX system, the Telnet
command would be:
$ telnet [Enter]
ii. If the Telnet connection is refused, this may mean that
either the IP Security feature has denied the connection (See
Section, or that the unit is operating on a 100BaseT
network that does not autosense for 10BaseT devices (see
Section 4.4.)
2. Password: If the System Password has been defined, the unit will
display the Password Prompt. Key in either the System Password or
Plug Password, and press [Enter]. If the System Password has not been
defined, the prompt will not be displayed when the unit is accessed via
the Text Interface. Note that the Password feature is case sensitive.
3. If a valid System Password or Plug Password is entered, the NBB will
display the Plug Status Screen shown in Figure 5.2, followed by the
"NBB>" Command Prompt.
Note: The Plug Status Screen will not display actual passwords.
The password column will read either "defined" or "undefined",
depending upon whether or not the System Password or Plug
Passwords have been defined.
Network Boot Bar v1.41 Site ID: Western Telematic, Inc. - Irvine
Plug | Name | Password | Status | Boot/Seq. Delay | Default |
1 | Server_1 | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | ON |
2 | Server_2 | (undefined) | ON | 1 Min | OFF |
3 | Router | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | ON |
4 | Ethernet_Switch | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | ON |
5 | DSU/CSU | (undefined) | ON | 0.5 Secs | OFF |
“/H” for help.
Figure 5.2: Plug Status Screen - Text Interface (Sample Values Shown)
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