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Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

 
New Member

Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

Hi,

I have a problem to view the Virtual KVM.
We use NAT adress to connect to the ILO.

Everything works fine. But when i want to connect to the Virtual KVM then it wants to connect to the 'not' NAT adress. And I get a JAVA error.
ERROR:
java.net.connectExeption: Connection refused: connect.

When i connect to a server inside the same subnet. And i don't use a NAT adres then everything works fine.

Why does this not work with a NAT adres?

Who can help me....
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New Member

Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

Hi, Thanks for you reply. The first 2 links where not for my situation.

I updated the firmware. But it was the same version. After update it still did not work.

I think the card does not support NAT. But somehow that will be very strange for a HP product.
Occasional Contributor

Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

I have the same problem too! I wonder if anyone found a solution to this problem.
New Member

Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

No. I did not find a solution for this.
I loged a call @HP. But no go.
Occasional Contributor

Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

I have the same problem on LO 100c for ML110 G4.

I have IE7 and Java 1.6.0_02-b06.
New Member

Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

Hi, I remember reading in the documentation that Virtual KVM is not supported (not working) over NAT. However I cannot even access the web interface over NAT from WAN (from LAN it works). I have NAT (port forwarding) and firewall set up correctly on my router - for ports 22, 80, 443 (ssh access works from WAN, web interface does not). Any ideas?

Re: Problem LIGHTS-OUT 100c using NAT (ML150)

It can't worl behind NAT address, because, the java applet try to access "Lights Out" through the private IP...

But i found a tips to make it working if you are on Linux:
Just run this command :
/sbin/iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -d PRIVATE_IP_BEHIND_NAT -j DNAT --to-destination PUBLIC_IP

So when java applet will try to access the private_IP, it will be redirected to the PUBLIC_IP of "Lights Out", and then the KVM will be accessible behind NAT.