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c-class 7000 oa and ilo2 ip questions

 
kfaulkne
Occasional Visitor

c-class 7000 oa and ilo2 ip questions

I'm not clear how the oa can be on a seperate network than the blade ilo and route? Also if the oa goes down how do you access the blade if the oa is the bridging device? I personally haven't setup a oa on seperate network space than the blade ilo2 but have seen reference and can't find good documentation on it.
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JKytsi
Honored Contributor

Re: c-class 7000 oa and ilo2 ip questions

I think that OA must be in same network than ILOs.

If OA goes down (and standy OA too), then You can't access ILOs.
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Lmm_1
Honored Contributor

Re: c-class 7000 oa and ilo2 ip questions

OA acts as 100 Mb switch, iLOs and Interconnets management IP address MUST be on the same subnet.
Lmm_1
Honored Contributor

Re: c-class 7000 oa and ilo2 ip questions

If the OA goes down the only way to access the ilo will be pluging the I/O cable in front of the server.