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How to Access The ILOs from one Central Location

 
GURUDAYAL
Occasional Advisor

How to Access The ILOs from one Central Location

Hi,

I have configured the iLOs on the local LAN at all offices. I would like to know the method through which I can integrate all these iLO ports at different offices into a central console. Thus, by using this, I would be able to manage all the servers through a single interface.

Thanks
Guru dayal sahu
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Cederberg
Honored Contributor

Re: How to Access The ILOs from one Central Location

The only thing I could think of is HP system insight manager (SIM).

With that you could manage your whole HP inviroment.
GURUDAYAL
Occasional Advisor

Re: How to Access The ILOs from one Central Location

Hi,

Thanks for your kind reply..

So if we configure a SIM at any of our locations then all the ILOs enabled Servers can be accessed.

Then really its being a very good feature of the SIM.

Thanks
Guru dayal sahu

edb_1
Advisor

Re: How to Access The ILOs from one Central Location

You need one single instance of SIM and to have completely pass through authentification you need to import the Sim Certificate in to the System Management Homepage and in to each Ilo, also bear in mind you need to have the Ilo select licence to allow you to configure certificate trusts. Another option would be to have something like Ace Bit's Password Depot this will allow you to keep all ilo details and passwords in the same place.

However SIMs great advantage is that it will allow you to monitor the servers too.