When an IPMI password is changed on a remote machine with the IPMIv1.5 lan interface the new password is sent across the network as clear text.This could be observed and then used to attack the remote system.Passwords longer than 16 characters will be truncated.For IPMI v2.0, the maximum password length is 20 characters; longer passwords are truncated.To reduce vulnerability it is strongly advised that the IPMI LAN interface only be enabled in 'trusted' environments where system security is not an issue or where there is a dedicated secure 'management network'.Further it is strongly advised that you should not enable IPMI for remote access without setting a password, and that that password should not be the same as any other password on that system.
For IPMI v1.5, the maximum password length is 16 characters.
It is necessary for there to be Operating System support for ACPI and some sort of daemon watching for events for this soft power to work.
Request the system to boot from an alternate boot device on next reboot.
Match: exact match - To AMC slot A2 -Channel ID 0