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satyahc
Occasional Advisor

ILO IP from Linux OS

Hi,

  I have Hp servers with ILO. The server is loaded with Linux OS and connected to the deadnet which starts 10.x.x.x.

ILO is connected to the external network.

 

Some how i lost the IP of the ILO. But i can access the server using the deadnet IP using SSH.

 

Is it possible to extract the ILO IP using SSH console from the Server?

 

I am sure it should be possible. 

 

Appreciate your response on this. 

 

Thanks In advance,

satya

 

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kkpro
Regular Advisor

Re: ILO IP from Linux OS

Hi,

 

You could use "HP iLO online configuration utility for Linux":

hponcfg -w conf.txt

 

-and then see xml config in conf.txt file.

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: ILO IP from Linux OS

if you have IPMI enabled on the host you can issue 'ipmitool lan print' This will give you the iLO IP.  You can also use hponcfg which has already been suggested

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satyahc
Occasional Advisor

Re: ILO IP from Linux OS

Thanks for your quick response.

Should i install any rpm or is it bash scripts? 

Can you help me to provide links on how can i proceed to use this script/utility?

 

 

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro
Solution

Re: ILO IP from Linux OS

'ipmitool' is included with most distributions, but may not be part of the standard installation.

 

'hponcfg' is a tool provided by HP. The latest version can be found here

 

http://downloads.linux.hp.com/SDR/repo/spp/2014.09.0/hp/swpackages/hponcfg-4.4.0-0.x86_64.rpm

 

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satyahc
Occasional Advisor

Re: ILO IP from Linux OS

Thanks a lot.

ipmitool is enabled in my server and i could able to extract the IP.

 

Thanks for the quick response & your support.

vizio007
Occasional Visitor

Re: ILO IP from Linux OS