If you want to access an iLO behind a firewall, there are some TCP ports that need to be opened on the firewall to allow all iLO traffic to flow through. Here is a list of the default ports used by iLO, but these can be modified on iLO’s Administration… Access… Services… tab.
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A new feature crept in unannounced in the recent iLO 2 v1.77 firmware update from HP: You can now kill / terminate Virtual Serial Port (VSP) sessions that are open or hung. This is a very useful when you need to connect to the VSP but you (or someone else) is already connected from another […]
If you are using the HP health drivers for ProLiant servers (or at least the hp-wdt driver), any system hangs or panics caused by NMI’s (non-maskable interrupts) will be logged to the IML (Integrated Management Log) and can be viewed using iLO. The IML log is on the System Status page of the iLO web […]
You may have noticed something different in HP’s latest ProLiant G6 server announcements. Something called the HP ProLiant Onboard Administrator that doesn’t have anything to do with blades! For example, this page from HP.COM: HP ProLiant Onboard Administrator
This OA command I recently came across works like magic. If you’ve ever done it manually, you know how time consuming it can be to update the iLO (Integrated Lights Out) firmware across multiple ProLiant servers. However, with the BladeSystem Onboard Administrator, it can be accomplished in seconds using a single CLI command to update […]