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Number of concurrent accesses allowed to an iLO4 Gen8

 
chuckk281
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Number of concurrent accesses allowed to an iLO4 Gen8

David had an iLO4 question:

 

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What is the number of concurrent accesses allowed to an ILO4 Gen8 server

Is there any way controlled via the iLO Advanced License??  Assume the method of access is with SSH or via the GUI (http/https).

 

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Reply from Dale:

 

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6 users.  See QS’s excerpt below.  Not sure if you can adjust the amount of users

 

Global Team Collaboration for HP ProLiant

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Up to six (via iLO 3 and iLO4) and four (via iLO 2) HP ProLiant iLO users with remote console privileges in different locations can collaborate using the shared remote console to troubleshoot, maintain and administer remote servers. In iLO2, the session leader can allow either "view only or full console control" by individual participants. In iLO3 and iLO4 the session leader can allow full console control by individual participants. Shared remote console mode is supported from the Integrated Remote Console on clients using Microsoft® Internet Explorer browsers as well as Firefox via iLO 3.

 

Security for HP ProLiant

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HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) for ProLiant provides strong security for remote management in distributed IT environments by using industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption of HTTP data transmitted across the network. SSL encryption (128-bit) ensures that the HTTP information is secure as it travels across the network.

 

HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) for ProLiant also uses Secure Shell version 2 to provide strong authentication and encryption of commands executed on iLO management processors over a network. PuTTY and OpenSSH clients may be used to access HP iLO for ProLiant over a Secure Shell connection.

 

In addition, HP iLO for ProLiant provides a configurable option to enable strong encryption Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES) on browser, CLP and XML scripting interfaces. AES/3DES is the US government encryption standard to protect sensitive information.

 

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Buwa
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Re: Number of concurrent accesses allowed to an iLO4 Gen8

please chekck the page 14 of below

https://h20195.www2.hpe.com/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c04154343.pdf