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JeremyS132
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ML110 G7 iLO3

Greetings! I bought a ML110 G7 with an iLO on it to use it as I like the concept of iLO. I did not get a dedicated iLO port. Now as I understand it, this shares the same IP address as the first NIC onboard. My 1st NIC has been assigned 10.10.1.138 but when I try to http or https to that address nothing happens. The drivers for iLO are installed. How can I get this to work or how can I access the iLO? I am running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise x64 edition. Please help!

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Michael A. McKenney
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

On POST does it give you an option to configure ILO like most HP servers have?  If yes, you need to configure the IP address, user, password, etc.

JeremyS132
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

Michael do you know what option I would be looking for? On the HP ProLiant boot screen I have the options for F9 for Setup F11 for Network Boot and F12 for Boot Menu. I do not see anything for iLO here. I have looked through the setup and didn't see anything either.
Michael A. McKenney
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

http://www.itpro.co.uk/636430/hp-proliant-ml110-g7-review

 

see if this helps. I use 300 series servers

JeremyS132
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

Michael thanks for the link however it doesn't help. "The iLO3 shares access with the first of the server’s two Gigabit Ethernet ports, but you can buy an optional upgrade which adds a dedicated management port." I have tried the IP that DHCP handed out but no dice on connecting to the iLO. I am starting to get extremely frustrated.
Michael A. McKenney
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

I would consider getting the dedicated ILO port. 

Goutham_Sabala
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

100 Series server will have IPMI under Bios to configure ILO

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JeremyS132
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Goutham_Sabala
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

Looks like you are not using dedicated controller which means that integrated nic card will work as shared port for ilo and nic traffic

 

Are you sure you have been here in the bios ?

once in the bios, Advanced Menu , go to IPMI , LAN Settings menu and you should find static. 

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JeremyS132
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Re: ML110 G7 iLO3

Correct I am not using the dedicated controller. The problem that I am having is that my first NIC Card which is labeled "Local Area Connection" in Windows Server 2008 Enterprise was assigned 10.10.1.139 as an IP and when I http or https to that IP address the ilo web page does not load. So at this point I cannot get ILO to load at all.