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How to configure the MP login IP address

 
1a
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How to configure the MP login IP address

How to configure the MP login in new server

 

How to configure MP login IP address

 

 

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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: How to configure the MP login IP address

Several ways to achieve this:

 

- connect a serial terminal to the MP and use "LC" command

 

- use the default DHCP setting of the MP (credentials are on the sticker)

 

- use the "ilosetup" utility from the IPF diagnostics CD (delivered with the system) to the the address from EFI


Hope this helps!
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Re: How to configure the MP login IP address

hi torsten,
thanks for your reply.

any document is there
Torsten.
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Re: How to configure the MP login IP address

The install guide of the server.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.
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Re: How to configure the MP login IP address

BTW, the Tukwila based servers have this as an option in the startup menu:

 

Press:  ENTER  -  Start boot entry execution
        B / b  -  Launch Boot Manager (menu interface)
        D / d  -  Launch Device Manager (menu interface)
        M / m  -  Launch Boot Maintenance Manager (menu interface)
        S / s  -  Launch UEFI Shell (command line interface)
        I / i  -  Launch iLO Setup Tool (command line interface)


Hope this helps!
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