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The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

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RayWagner
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The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

Hello!

 

This utility has version 4.00 is set on Windows Server 2008 R2

All attempts to find a network ILO2 fail, but at the same time ILO3 and ILO4 perfectly detected.

Tried on different versions of firmwares of ILO2 - 2.01-2.13

Ping and telnet on ILO2 port 443 are successful.

http://images.tvlg.ru/images/04054098937964178543.jpg

The user of `admin` has full authority for ILO2

 

Prompt where to look for a problem, please?

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Oscar A. Perez
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Re: The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

That tool scans iLOs by doing what we call a unauthenticated XML request using the following URL:

 

http://<iLO-IP-Address>/xmldata?item=all

 

Please try the above URL from your browser in that same machine and check if iLO2 would respond with an XML.




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RayWagner
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Re: The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

 

XML passes request successfully

 

 

RayWagner
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Re: The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

I launched the following PowerShell-script from the same machine from which I launch the utility for ILO search in a subnet:

 

#http://www.blkmtn.org/PowerShell-Find_iLO_on_a_subnet
$objResult = @() $subnet = Ping-Subnet -IP 192.168.*.0 -Netmask 255.255.*.0 foreach ($ip in $subnet) { [System.Xml.XmlDocument] $xd = new-object System.Xml.XmlDocument $url = "http://$ip/xmldata?item=ALL" $rawxml = (new-object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString($url) $xd = $rawxml $ilo = new-object System.Object $ilo | add-member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name iloName -value ([System.Net.DNS]::GetHostByAddress($ip)).hostname $ilo | add-member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name iloIP -value $ip $ilo | add-member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name iloHW $xd.RIMP.MP.PN $ilo | add-member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name iloFW $xd.RIMP.MP.FWRI $ilo | add-member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name ServerSN $xd.RIMP.HSI.SBSN $ilo | add-member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name ServerModel $xd.RIMP.HSI.SPN $objResult += $ilo } $objResult

 It perfectly works! - Finds ILO2!!

But why this utility doesn't find ILO2?

The HP company doesn't render support on this software.(((

Can be eat contacts of developers of this utility?

Very much I ask to help me!

Oscar A. Perez
Honored Contributor

Re: The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

I just tested this same version and it worked fine. It was able to find all my iLO2s on my network



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RayWagner
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Re: The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

Solution is found!!!

 

If the utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find any ILO devices, try changing your Regional settings/Input device to English/US.

I had other regional settings.

 

Thanks http://weestro.blogspot.com/2009/07/proliant-ilo-management-and-ldap.html  (in the comment... )

 

Oscar A. Perez
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Re: The utility HP Directories Support for ProLiant Management Processors can't find ILO2

Interesting info.

 

I'll let the dev team know that the tool has a problem detecting iLO when regional settings/input are not English/US




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