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HPMAN_1
Occasional Advisor

ILO reset

How do you reset a statically assigned ip address in the ilo if you are not able to get to it on your neteork?
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: ILO reset

Go to

enclosure information -> enclosure settings -> enclosure bay IP

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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HPMAN_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: ILO reset

How can I remove the current ip address in the ilo? I cant override the current ip
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: ILO reset

Type in the new address and press "apply".

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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HPMAN_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: ILO reset

I need to get pass this:


All of the selected iLO Processors will be reset if the protocol is enabled. If each iLO has been previously given a static IP address, these EBIPA settings will not change the static IP address
Adrian Clint
Honored Contributor

Re: ILO reset

I dont think you can change the ILO IP address from the OA web interface if the ILO has a local static IP set.

But you can do it from the OS using the HPONCFG utility (downloadable as a "driver" from ilO drivers) and I think you can issue HPCONCFG commands directly in the OA CLI.

The HP ILO forum maybe best to ask the format of the command/script.
WFHC-WI
Honored Contributor

Re: ILO reset

Adrian is correct. If an iLO IP has a static address assigned you cannot reset this via the EBIPA page in the OA GUI.

However if you download HPONCFG and run it against the blade's loaded OS you can supply (or gather and modify) an XML file to change the settings. HPONCFG is already a command within the OA's command-line interface. To use it, open an SSH to the OA and type:

HPONCFG
to upload the XML via FTP/HTTP, or:

HPONCFG <<
then paste in your XML, then


For example:
HPONCFG 3 <<~
...paste in XML text...
~

Good luck!