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chanrry
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ILO

Anyone know how to discover an ILO ip?
Like a program or something else.
We have a lot of servers and it´s impossible try to disscover it because qe don´t have physical acces to them

Thanks in advance
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Ken Henault
Honored Contributor

Re: ILO

If you have the ProLiant Support Pack installled it's easy. Bring up the System Managemt Homepage (see attached) by using the link on the desktop or browsing to https://SERVERNAME:2381. Use a local(OS) administrative account to log in. Hover over the Integrated Lights-Out 2 link, and the address will show up in the status bar at the bottom of the browser window. On the newer agents the link is at the top of the screen as shown in the attachment. On older agents the link is in the left column.
Ken Henault
Infrastructure Architect
HP
Ken Henault
Honored Contributor

Re: ILO

If this is a cClass blade, you can find the address in the Onboard Administrator as well.
Ken Henault
Infrastructure Architect
HP
Adrian Clint
Honored Contributor

Re: ILO

Well a program that will go out and discover them for you is Systems Insight Manager.
WFHC-WI
Honored Contributor

Re: ILO

Here's another way. If you have an HP SIM (Systems Insight Manager) server running, you can look for the "All Management Processors" link.

Also, If the iLO processors are set to use DHCP you can look in DHCP management (or DNS management) for ILO(serial number) -- this is the default DNS name for iLO processors.