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HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

 
jaygo
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HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

Hi Guys

 

I have purchsed a ML10 G9 server to use in place of my HP N54l as a plex server. I am having an issue as the server is automatically trying to boot up using iLO and wont let me boot from either a USB device or an installed HDD.

 

Is there a simple way for me to disable iLO and have it boot normally?

I would also appreciate a simple step by step guide where possible as feel I may be a little out of my depth.

 

Thanks

 

Gordon

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Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

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1. Advisory: HPE ProLiant ML10 v2 Server - Integrated Lights-Out 4 (iLO 4) Network Channel May Become Unavailable or Unresponsive when the iLO NIC Setting Is Changed to "Dedicated NIC"

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Torsten.
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

>> to boot up using iLO

 

Please explain. Consider screenshots.


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jaygo
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

Hi Torsten

Thank you for your reply
I am having issues adding pictures to this thread for some reason.

I will add them to my onlinne sharing platform and see if it will let me link directly to them and come back with images.

 

Thanks

 

Gordon

jaygo
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

When i powered up I got this
Boot up 1
 

Then I got this option

Boot up 2 

So went into BIOS and these are only Boot options
Bios BOOT Options 

So when looking to change there are only IP4 & IP6 options in boot modes
Bios BOOT Options 2 

Any ideas?

I believe I need to alter the bios via iLO somehow to allow the server to boot from media and not from IP4 & IP6 not sure if that is correct and if it is really really not sure where to start

Torsten.
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

This is not "boot via ILO", but boot via PXE.

Is there an OS installed already?

WHat happens if you press F7 (screenshot 1)?


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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

Regarding attach pictures:

 

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jaygo
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

I have a drive connected with an OS on it.
This was cloned from my n54l
When I press F7 I get this
jaygo
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

Image 

Torsten.
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Re: Query: HPE ML10 G9 Server iLO

Your boot media is not detected, hence not bootable.

If the server is in UEFI mode, you need a UEFI enabled boot device, otherwise you need to boot in legacy mode.

Is your boot media known good?

Since it is from your old server, try legacy boot now.


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