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Mtgreene85
Occasional Contributor

wwpn information

Is it possible to find wwpn/wwnn information for a bare metal server using powershell or REST. I looked at the HP ILO cmdlets and I do not see anything I can use to pull up the information. I could go into the ILO but trying to automate.

 

thanks

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Jazz_ISS_HPE
Advisor

Re: wwpn information

What is the Model No. of server?

What is the Installed Network card/HBA in use?

Which OS is installed on server?

 

I am an HPE Employee.
Cali
Honored Contributor

Re: wwpn information

This is the PowerShell command: Get-InitiatorPort


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That was not planned in this way.
Mtgreene85
Occasional Contributor

Re: wwpn information

380 G10 or G9

 

Bare Bones no OS installed.

If an OS is installed I see a lot of approaches to get the information. I am thinking redfish might get me the answer. Two conflicting opinions, I have been told I need AMS running ie OS installed, but I have been also told I do not need it. I will test

 

thanks