For more information, visit MeshCommander.com/meshcommander.
This is a web based Intel® AMT management console. You can run this tool and use your browser to manage all your Intel® AMT computers. Works on any operating system that supports NodeJS. The console support most of the Intel® AMT features. Currently, this version of MeshCommander does not support IDER and does no do TLS certificate checking.
A step up from this version of MeshCommander, is MeshCentral.
Make sure you have NodeJS and npm installed. If you are behind a proxy, setup npm to use the proxy:
npm config set proxy http://proxy.com:88 npm config set https-proxy http://proxy.com:88
Then, install MeshCommander by creating an empty folder and using npm to download the module:
mkdir meshcommander cd meshcommander npm install meshcommander
To run MeshCommander you may need to use "nodejs" instead of "node" on Linux.
cd ./node_modules/meshcommander node meshcommander [arguments]
Update and uninstall
Uninstalling MeshCommander is super easy, just use npm as usual. For updating, just install over the previous version by installing again. From the parent folder of node_module, enter ether:
npm install meshcommander npm uninstall meshcommander
Command line arguments
|--any||Bind MeshCommander on all interfaces. By default, it's bound to 127.0.0.1 only.|
|--port (port)||Specify the server's port number. Default is 3000.|
Introduction to MeshCommander.
Using MeshCommander's hardware KVM viewer.
Setting up Intel® AMT with TLS.
This software is licensed under Apache 2.0.