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OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> REMOVE EBIPA seerver 1 Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> REMOVE EBIPA server 1 Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA server interconnect OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA server domain gateway netmask OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA server ip172.18.0.119 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA server 172.18.0.119 NETMASK 255.255.254.0 GATEWAY 172 .18.0.1 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay.

OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER 172.18.0.119 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> show ebipa EBIPA Device Server Settings Bay Enabled EBIPA/Current Netmask in --- ------- --------------- ---------------1 No 172.18.0.119 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.229 1A No 1B No 2 No 0.0.0.0 2A No 2B No 3 No 3A No 3B No 4 No 4A No 4B No 5 No 172.18.0.120 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.51 5A No 5B No 6 No 0.0.0.0 6A No 6B No 7 No 7A No 7B No 8 No 8A No 8B No 9 No 9A No 9B No 10 No 10A No 10B No Gateway DNS Doma

--------------- --------------- ---172.18.0.1

172.18.0.1

11 11A 11B 12 12A 12B 13 13A 13B 14 14A 14B 15 15A 15B 16 16A 16B

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

EBIPA Device Interconnect Settings Bay Enabled EBIPA/Current Netmask Gateway DNS NTP Domain --- ------- --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- -------------- -----1 Yes 172.18.0.127 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 172.18.0.127 2 Yes 172.18.0.128 172.18.0.128 3 Yes 172.18.0.125 172.18.0.125 4 5 6 No No Yes 172.18.0.126 172.18.0.126 7 8 No No 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1

OA-10604BA5F9CB> show ebipaSET EBIPA SERVER 172.18.0.119 1domain 172.18.0.119 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay.

OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER domain 172.18.0.119 1NETMASK 255.255.254.0 GAT E WAY 172.18.0.1 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER domain 172.18.0.119 NETMASK 255.255.254.0 GATE WAY NONE172.18.0.1 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER domain NONEnone noe Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER none noene Entering anything other than 'YES' will result in the command not executing. Changing the IP address for device (iLO) bays that are enabled causes the iLOs in those bays to be reset. Are you sure you want to change the IP address for the specified device (iLO) bays? yes Successfully Successfully Successfully Successfully Successfully Successfully Successfully Successfully Successfully set 0.0.0.0 as cleared device cleared device cleared device cleared device cleared device cleared device cleared device cleared device the netmask (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # (iLO) bay # for device (iLO) bays. 1 IP address. 2 IP address. 3 IP address. 4 IP address. 5 IP address. 6 IP address. 7 IP address. 8 IP address.

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For the IP addresses to be assigned EBIPA must be enabled. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER none none none Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER none none noneNnoneEnoneTnoneMnoneAnoneSnoneKn one none Entering anything other than 'YES' will result in the command not executing.

Are you sure that you want to clear the netmask? yes Successfully cleared the netmask for device (iLO) bays. OA-10604BA5F9CB> SET EBIPA SERVER NETMASK none G A T E W A Y

Entering anything other than 'YES' will result in the command not executing. Are you sure that you want to clear the gateway? yes Successfully cleared the gateway for device (iLO) bays. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> login as: hpadmin ----------------------------------------------------------------------------WARNING: This is a private system. Do not attempt to login unless you are an authorized user. Any authorized or unauthorized access and use may be monitored and can result in criminal or civil prosecution under applicable law. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Firmware Version: 3.60 Built: 07/02/2012 @ 14:56 OA Bay Number: 1 OA Role: Active hpadmin@172.18.0.123's password:

HP BladeSystem Onboard Administrator (C) Copyright 2006-2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Type 'HELP' to display a list of valid commands. Type 'HELP <command>' to display detailed information about a specific command. Type 'HELP HELP' to display more detailed information about the help system. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB>

OA-10604BA5F9CB> reset ilo Invalid Arguments RESET SERVER { <bay number> }: Reset the server bay by momentarily removing all power. If a double dense blade is present, a single side cannot be reset. Only the entire server bay can be reset. OA-10604BA5F9CB> reset iloser bay 1 WARNING: Resetting the server trips its E-Fuse. This causes all power to be mome ntarily removed from the server. This command should only be used when physical access to the server is unavailable, and the server must be removed and reinserted. Any disk operations on direct attached storage devices will be affected. I/O will be interrupted on any direct attached I/O devices. All blades in the multi-blade server will be reset. Entering anything other than 'YES' will result in the command not executing. Do you want to continue ? yes Resetting device bays 1, 2. Please wait... Successfully reset the E-Fuse for multi-blade server 1. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> reset reset ilo bay 1 Invalid Arguments RESET SERVER { <bay number> }: Reset the server bay by momentarily removing all power. If a double dense blade is present, a single side cannot be reset. Only the entire server bay can be reset. OA-10604BA5F9CB> resert t server OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB>

OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> \ Invalid Command OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot all OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot force OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu serverserver server all server all force server all force server all force server all force server all force

OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot hdd pxe rbsu OA-10604BA5F9CB> reboot Invalid Arguments

server all force server all force server all force server all force server all force server all force reboto tt i oa

REBOOT SERVER { ALL | <bay number> [{ , | - } <bay number>]} [FORCE] [{ NORMAL | PXE | HDD | RBSU }]: Sends a request to the server to do a graceful shutdown of the OS. Once the OS has had sufficient time to perform a graceful shutdown the Server Blade will be power cycled. If the FORCE option is specified, the OS will not be given the opportunity to do a graceful shutdown before power is cycled. OA-10604BA5F9CB> oa Invalid Command OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> connect server 1 Connecting to bay 1 ... Hewlett-Packard Integrated Lights-Out 3 for Integrity (C) Copyright 1999-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. MP Host Name: mpcr6uxsrv2 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 ************************************************************************* MP ACCESS IS NOT SECURE A default MP user Admin/Admin is currently configured with the default password and remote access is enabled. Modify the default password or delete the default user (see UC command) OR Disable all types of remote access (see SA command) ************************************************************************* MP MAIN MENU:

CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X:

Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cd /map1

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cm

(Use Ctrl-B to return to MP main menu.)

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> cd /map1 Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> he HE ==== MP Help: Main Menu ======================================================= Hardware Revision K4 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 Jan 30 2013 09:36:21 Integrated Lights-Out for HP Integrity - Management Processor (MP) MP Help System Use Ctrl-B to exit MP command interface and return to the main MP menu. Enter a command at OVerview : LIst : <COMMAND> : TOPics : HElp : the help prompt: Launch the help overview Show the list of MP Command Menu commands Enter the command name for help on individual command Show all MP Help topics and commands Display this screen

[Q]

: Quit help

==== HE:hpiLO-> li li ==== MP Help: Command Menu List ============================================= BLADE: Display BLADE parameters CA : Configure asynch/serial ports DATE: Display Date DC : Default Configuration DI : DIsconnect users DF : Display FRU Information DNS : Configure DHCP and DNS FW : Upgrade MP firmware HE : Display Help ID : System Information IT : Modify MP inactivity timeouts LC : Configure LAN, SSH and Web ports LDAP: Configure Directory parameters LM : License Management LOC : Locator UID LEDs display LS : LAN Status NPAR : nPartition Configuration OEMSYSSET: OEM System Settings PC : Remote Power Control PM : Power Management PR : Power Restore Configuration PS : Power management module Status RS : Reset System through RST signal SA : Set MP Access SO : Security Options SS : System processors Status SYSREV: Display System firmware Revs. SYSSET: System Settings TC : Reset system via INIT TE : TEll- send a msg. to other users UC : User Configuration WHO : Display connected MP users WOL : Wake-On-LAN WSMAN : WSMAN notification settings XD : Diagnostics and reset of MP

==== (HE for main help, enter command name, or Q to quit) HE:hpiLO-> ==== MP Help: Main Menu ======================================================= Hardware Revision K4 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 Jan 30 2013 09:36:21 Integrated Lights-Out for HP Integrity - Management Processor (MP) MP Help System Use Ctrl-B to exit MP command interface and return to the main MP menu. Enter a command at OVerview : LIst : <COMMAND> : TOPics : HElp : [Q] : the help prompt: Launch the help overview Show the list of MP Command Menu commands Enter the command name for help on individual command Show all MP Help topics and commands Display this screen Quit help

==== HE:hpiLO->

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> ma MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cd /map1

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cm

(Use Ctrl-B to return to MP main menu.)

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> reset Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> ma MP MAIN MENU: CO: Console

VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X:

Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> reset

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> co

[Use Ctrl-B or ESC-( to return to MP main menu.]

- - - - - - - - - - Prior Console Output - - - - - - - - - * ROM Version : 02.40 * ROM Date : Wed Dec 05 00:18:02 PST 2012 *********************************************************** 1,0,0,0 3400083701E10000 000000000002000C EVN_BOOT_CELL_JOINED_PD 1,0,0,0 340000B101E10000 000000040205000C EVN_MEM_DISCOVERY 1,0,0,0 Start memory test ...... 0/100 ................ 1,0,0,0 Memory test progress.... 33/100 ................ 1,0,0,0 Memory test progress.... 66/100 - - - - - - - - - - - - Live Console - - - - - - - - - - - ................ 1,0,0,0 Memory test progress.... 100/100 1,0,0,0 1400002601E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,1,0 1400002605E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,6,0 1400002619E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,5,0 1400002615E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,7,0 140000261DE10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,3,0 140000260DE10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,4,0 1400002611E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,2,0 1400002609E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START 1,0,5,1 1400002617E10000 000000000006000C EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START

1,0,4,1 1,0,2,1 1,0,1,1 1,0,7,1 1,0,3,1 1,0,6,1 1,0,0,1 1,0,0,0

1400002613E10000 140000260BE10000 1400002607E10000 140000261FE10000 140000260FE10000 140000261BE10000 1400002603E10000 5400020701E10000

000000000006000C 000000000006000C 000000000006000C 000000000006000C 000000000006000C 000000000006000C 000000000006000C 000000000011000C

EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_BOOT_CPU_LATE_TEST_START EVN_EFI_START

Press Ctrl-C now to bypass loading option ROM UEFI drivers. 1,0,0,0 3400008101E10000 000000000007000C EVN_IO_DISCOVERY_START *** Broadcast message *** Restarting Onboard Administrator in 0 seconds... *** Broadcast message *** Restarting Onboard Administrator in 0 seconds... login as: hpadmin ----------------------------------------------------------------------------WARNING: This is a private system. Do not attempt to login unless you are an authorized user. Any authorized or unauthorized access and use may be monitored and can result in criminal or civil prosecution under applicable law. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Firmware Version: 3.60 Built: 07/02/2012 @ 14:56 OA Bay Number: 1 OA Role: Active hpadmin@172.18.0.123's password:

HP BladeSystem Onboard Administrator (C) Copyright 2006-2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Type 'HELP' to display a list of valid commands. Type 'HELP <command>' to display detailed information about a specific command. Type 'HELP HELP' to display more detailed information about the help system. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> connect server 1 Connecting to bay 1 ...

Hewlett-Packard Integrated Lights-Out 3 for Integrity (C) Copyright 1999-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. MP Host Name: mpcr6uxsrv2 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 ************************************************************************* MP ACCESS IS NOT SECURE A default MP user Admin/Admin is currently configured with the default password and remote access is enabled. Modify the default password or delete the default user (see UC command) OR Disable all types of remote access (see SA command) ************************************************************************* MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection /map1

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cd

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cd /map1

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU:

CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X:

Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> he ==== MP Help: Main Menu ======================================================= Hardware Revision K4 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 Jan 30 2013 09:36:21 Integrated Lights-Out for HP Integrity - Management Processor (MP) MP Help System Enter a command at OVerview : LIst : <COMMAND> : TOPics : HElp : [Q] : the help prompt: Launch the help overview Show the list of MP Main Menu commands Enter the command name for help on individual command Show all MP Help topics and commands Display this screen Quit help

==== HE:hpiLO-> li ==== MP Help: MAIN MENU Command List========================================= CO VFP CM CL SL HE X : : : : : : : Enter system console Display virtual front panel Enter MP command menu Display console log Display event logs (or live event viewer) Help Exit Connection

====

(HE for main help, enter command name, or Q to quit) HE:hpiLO-> ==== MP Help: Main Menu ======================================================= Hardware Revision K4 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 Jan 30 2013 09:36:21 Integrated Lights-Out for HP Integrity - Management Processor (MP) MP Help System Enter a command at OVerview : LIst : <COMMAND> : TOPics : HElp : [Q] : the help prompt: Launch the help overview Show the list of MP Main Menu commands Enter the command name for help on individual command Show all MP Help topics and commands Display this screen Quit help

==== HE:hpiLO-> MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> exit

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</>

Connection terminated by server. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB>

OA-10604BA5F9CB> help ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ca ebipa hpsim ldap oa vlan OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa server interconnect OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa server dns OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa server dns dn Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa server dnsserver all Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa server allbay 1 Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> remove ebipa server 1 172.18.0.229

snmp

trusted

user

Invalid Arguments REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> clear firmware interconnect screen sshkey remote_support OA-10604BA5F9CB> clear firmware interconnect screen sshkey remote_support OA-10604BA5F9CB> clear helkpp

login_banner_text syslog login_banner_text syslog

ntp vcmode ntp vcmode

ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> alertmail ebipa hpsim llf ntp rack server timezone firmware OA-10604BA5F9CB> server serial OA-10604BA5F9CB> boot dvd OA-10604BA5F9CB> set date enclosure interconnect login_banner_text oa remote session urb set ser set serrver uid set server help powerdelay device encryption ipconfig minimum password script snmp user display factory ldap nic power serial solutionsid vlan

ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> assuiign interconnect server oa OA-10604BA5F9CB> assign server all OA-10604BA5F9CB> assign server all aldap group OA-10604BA5F9CB> assign server all ldap group ldap group

OA-10604BA5F9CB> assign server all ldap group help ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> show all ca config device display ebipa encryption firmware fru hpsim interconnect ldap network oa password rack remote_support server snmp solutionsid sshfingerprint syslog topology twofactor user vcmode usbkey OA-10604BA5F9CB> show server eb ebipa interconnect server OA-10604BA5F9CB> show ebipa server EBIPA Device Server Settings Bay Enabled EBIPA/Current Netmask in --- ------- --------------- ---------------1 No 0.0.0.0 172.18.0.229 1A No 0.0.0.0 1B No 0.0.0.0 2 No 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 2A No 0.0.0.0 2B No 0.0.0.0 3 No 0.0.0.0 3A No 0.0.0.0 3B No 0.0.0.0 4 No 0.0.0.0 4A No 0.0.0.0 4B No 0.0.0.0 5 No 0.0.0.0 172.18.0.51 5A No 0.0.0.0 5B No 0.0.0.0 6 No 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 6A No 0.0.0.0 6B No 0.0.0.0 7 No 0.0.0.0 7A No 0.0.0.0 7B No 0.0.0.0 8 No 0.0.0.0 8A No 0.0.0.0 8B No 0.0.0.0 9 No 0.0.0.0 9A No 0.0.0.0 9B No 0.0.0.0 10 No 0.0.0.0 10A No 0.0.0.0 10B No 0.0.0.0 Gateway

date enclosure health login_banner power session sshkey update

DNS

Doma

--------------- --------------- ---0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

11 11A 11B 12 12A 12B 13 13A 13B 14 14A 14B 15 15A 15B 16 16A 16B

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> help relee reboot remove restart OA-10604BA5F9CB> help re reboot remove restart OA-10604BA5F9CB> help rermove REMOVE { EBIPA | LDAP GROUP | LDAP CERTIFICATE | OA DNS | OA DNS IPV6 | OA ADDRESS IPV6 | SNMP TRAPRECEIVER | HPSIM | TRUSTED HOST | USER | CA CERTIFICATE | USER CERTIFICATE | VLAN } OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server interconnect OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns 172.18.0.1229 REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns 172.18.0.229bay 1 REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists.

OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns bay 1172.18.0.229 1 REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns 172.18.0.229 10 REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns 172.18.0.0 all REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help remove ebipa server dns 172.18.0.0 all\all REMOVE EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Removes an EBIPA DNS server IP address from the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. A bay number or range may be specified. If a bay number or range is not specified, the DNS IP address will be removed from all interconnect or device bays where it exists. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> add ca ebipa hpsim ldap oa user vlan OA-10604BA5F9CB> add ebipa server dns OA-10604BA5F9CB> add ebipa server dns dns 1 Invalid Arguments ADD EBIPA { SERVER | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [{ , | - } <bay number>]: Adds an EBIPA DNS server IP address to the list of DNS servers for either server bays or interconnect bays. Only 3 DNS servers are allowed for each. A bay number or bay range may be specified. If no bay number or bay range is specified, the DNS servers will be added to all servers or interconnects.

snmp

sshkey

trusted

OA-10604BA5F9CB> help ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> se send set OA-10604BA5F9CB> set Invalid Arguments SET { ALERTMAIL | DATE | DEVICE | DISPLAY EVENTS | EBIPA | ENCLOSURE | ENCRYPTION | FACTORY | FIRMWARE MANAGEMENT | HPSIM TRUST | INTERCONNECT | IPCONFIG | LDAP | LLF INTERVAL | LOGIN_BANNER_TEXT | MINIMUM PASSWORD LENGTH | NIC | NTP | OA | PASSWORD | POWER | RACK NAME | REMOTE SYSLOG | SCRIPT MODE | SERIAL | SERVER | SESSION TIMEOUT | SNMP | SOLUTIONSID | TIMEZONE | USER | VLAN | URB } OA-10604BA5F9CB> ebset ebipa server interconnect OA-10604BA5F9CB> set ebipa server domain gateway netmask OA-10604BA5F9CB> set ebipa server domain 172.18.0.119 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> set ebipa server domain 172.18.0.119 1bay 1 Invalid Arguments SET EBIPA SERVER { <IP address> <netmask> } | { NETMASK <netmask> } | { GATEWAY <gateway> } | { DOMAIN <domain> } [ ALL | <bay number> [{- | ,} <bay number>]: Sets Enclosure Bay IP Address (EBIPA) settings for device (server) bays. If the bay number parameter is not specified, the settings will be applied to all device bays. To clear IP address and netmask values use keywords NONE NONE. Use the bay number to clear a specific bay. OA-10604BA5F9CB> help change Invalid Command OA-10604BA5F9CB> change Invalid Command OA-10604BA5F9CB> help

ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> edit vlan OA-10604BA5F9CB> edit vlan hponhponcfg all noautologin substitute OA-10604BA5F9CB> hponcfg all Invalid Arguments HPONCFG [NOAUTOLOGIN] [SUBSTITUTE [TEST] {"<variable>"="<value>" [,"<variable>"="<value>"[,...]]}] {ALL | <bay number> [{ , | - } <bay number>]} { << <end marker> | <from_url> [<to_url>]}: Send a RIBCL script to the specified ProLiant servers with the access level/privilege of the current user. Specify NOAUTOLOGIN to use the login credentials in the script as is. The script may be downloaded from a tftp, ftp, http or https URL. The results can optionally be uploaded to a tftp or ftp location by specifying <to_url>. To enter a RIBCL script manually, type the "<<" marks and a string that does not appear within the RIBCL script (so called end marker). Next, paste in the RIBCL script. Terminate the command with the end marker. To use variable substitution, specify the token SUBSTITUTE followed by a list of variable assignments. The list of variable assignments must be a string that contains the variable name and its value. These must be separated by an equal sign (=) and both the name and the value should be in quotes. Separate multiple key value pairs with a , (comma) delimiter. Variable name and its value can include spaces, numbers, or any printable characters. Up to 25 variables are supported. The maximum length of variable name is 48 characters. The maximum length of variable value is 256 characters. Specify TEST to view the RIBCL script that will be sent to the iLO. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> help ADD ASSIGN CLEAR CONNECT DISABLE DISCOVER DOWNLOAD EDIT ENABLE EXIT FORCE GENERATE HELP HISTORY HPONCFG LOGOUT PING POWEROFF POWERON QUIT REBOOT REMOVE RESTART SAVE SET SHOW SLEEP TEST UNASSIGN UPDATE UPLOAD OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> connect baty1

Invalid Arguments CONNECT { INTERCONNECT | SERVER [SERIAL] } <bay number>: Opens a Text Console session to the interconnect or server specified. OA-10604BA5F9CB> connect bay1 1 Connecting to bay 1 ... Hewlett-Packard Integrated Lights-Out 3 for Integrity (C) Copyright 1999-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. MP Host Name: mpcr6uxsrv2 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 ************************************************************************* MP ACCESS IS NOT SECURE A default MP user Admin/Admin is currently configured with the default password and remote access is enabled. Modify the default password or delete the default user (see UC command) OR Disable all types of remote access (see SA command) ************************************************************************* MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection cm

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> co

(Use Ctrl-B to return to MP main menu.)

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> ls LS Current LAN Configuration: MAC Address DHCP Status IP Address MP Host Name Subnet Mask : : : : : 0xd4c9ef067134 Disabled 172.18.0.229 mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0

Gateway Address : Link State : Duplex Option : Remote Serial Console Port : SSH Access Port : LAN status: UP

172.18.0.1 100BaseT Full-Duplex 2023 22

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> set ipaddr Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> ls LS Current LAN Configuration: MAC Address : DHCP Status : IP Address : MP Host Name : Subnet Mask : Gateway Address : Link State : Duplex Option : Remote Serial Console Port : SSH Access Port : LAN status: UP [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> ls LC Next LAN - D I M S G L O R H Configuration: MAC Address : DHCP Status : IP Address : MP Host Name : Subnet Mask : Gateway Address : Link State : Duplex Option : Remote Serial Console Port : SSH Access Port : c 0xd4c9ef067134 Disabled 172.18.0.229 mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 100BaseT Full-Duplex 2023 22

0xd4c9ef067134 Disabled 172.18.0.229 mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 Auto Negotiate n/a 2023 22

Enter parameter(s) to change, A to modify All, or [Q] to Quit: i i For each parameter, enter: New value, or <CR> to retain the current value, or

DEFAULT to set the default value, or Q to Quit IP Address: Current -> 172.18.0.229 0.0.0.0 (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit: 172.18.0.119 172.18.0.119 -> IP Address will be updated Next LAN - D * I M S G L O R H Configuration (* modified values): MAC Address : 0xd4c9ef067134 DHCP Status : Disabled IP Address : 172.18.0.119 MP Host Name : mpcr6uxsrv2 Subnet Mask : 255.255.252.0 Gateway Address : 172.18.0.1 Link State : Auto Negotiate Duplex Option : n/a Remote Serial Console Port : 2023 SSH Access Port : 22

Enter Parameter(s) to revise, Y to confirm, or [Q] to Quit: Discard changes? (Y/[N]): y y -> Current Next LAN Configuration has been retained. [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> ^[[A^[[A ^X^X^X^X Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> coo coo nnect bay 5

Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> connect bay 5 Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> exit

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection bay 5

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> ^[[A [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> connect aba

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> lc

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection lc

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> c

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU:

CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X:

Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cm lc

*** Invalid Selection ***

MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cm

(Use Ctrl-B to return to MP main menu.)

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> cl Unrecognized Command : Type HE for help on the available commands [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> lc LC Next LAN - D I M S G L O R H Configuration: MAC Address : DHCP Status : IP Address : MP Host Name : Subnet Mask : Gateway Address : Link State : Duplex Option : Remote Serial Console Port : SSH Access Port :

0xd4c9ef067134 Disabled 172.18.0.229 mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 Auto Negotiate n/a 2023 22

Enter parameter(s) to change, A to modify All, or [Q] to Quit: i i

For each parameter, enter: New value, or <CR> to retain the current value, or DEFAULT to set the default value, or Q to Quit IP Address: Current -> 172.18.0.229 0.0.0.0 (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit: 172.18.0.120 172.18.0.120 -> IP Address will be updated Next LAN - D * I M S G L O R H Configuration (* modified values): MAC Address : 0xd4c9ef067134 DHCP Status : Disabled IP Address : 172.18.0.120 MP Host Name : mpcr6uxsrv2 Subnet Mask : 255.255.252.0 Gateway Address : 172.18.0.1 Link State : Auto Negotiate Duplex Option : n/a Remote Serial Console Port : 2023 SSH Access Port : 22

Enter Parameter(s) to revise, Y to confirm, or [Q] to Quit: Discard changes? (Y/[N]): y y -> Current Next LAN Configuration has been retained. [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> exit MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</>

hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> hpiLO-> x

exit

Connection terminated by server. OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> show encebipa server EBIPA Device Server Settings Bay Enabled EBIPA/Current Netmask in --- ------- --------------- ---------------1 No 0.0.0.0 172.18.0.229 1A No 0.0.0.0 Gateway DNS Doma

--------------- --------------- ---0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

1B 2 2A 2B 3 3A 3B 4 4A 4B 5 5A 5B 6 6A 6B 7 7A 7B 8 8A 8B 9 9A 9B 10 10A 10B 11 11A 11B 12 12A 12B 13 13A 13B 14 14A 14B 15 15A 15B 16 16A 16B

No No 0.0.0.0 No No No No No No No No No 172.18.0.51 No No No 0.0.0.0 No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0

OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB>

OA-10604BA5F9CB> OA-10604BA5F9CB> renconnect bay 1 Connecting to bay 1 ... Hewlett-Packard Integrated Lights-Out 3 for Integrity (C) Copyright 1999-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. MP Host Name: mpcr6uxsrv2 iLO Firmware Revision 01.61.04 ************************************************************************* MP ACCESS IS NOT SECURE A default MP user Admin/Admin is currently configured with the default password and remote access is enabled. Modify the default password or delete the default user (see UC command) OR Disable all types of remote access (see SA command) ************************************************************************* MP MAIN MENU: CO: VFP: CM: CL: SL: HE: X: Console Virtual Front Panel Command Menu Console Log Show Event Logs Main Help Menu Exit Connection

[mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> [mpcr6uxsrv2]</> hpiLO-> cm

(Use Ctrl-B to return to MP main menu.)

[mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> lc LC Next LAN - D I M S G L Configuration: MAC Address DHCP Status IP Address MP Host Name Subnet Mask Gateway Address Link State

: : : : : : :

0xd4c9ef067134 Disabled 172.18.0.229 mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 Auto Negotiate

O - Duplex Option : n/a R - Remote Serial Console Port : 2023 H - SSH Access Port : 22 Enter parameter(s) to change, A to modify All, or [Q] to Quit: 1 1 ** Invalid input. **

Next LAN - D I M S G L O R H -

Configuration: MAC Address : DHCP Status : IP Address : MP Host Name : Subnet Mask : Gateway Address : Link State : Duplex Option : Remote Serial Console Port : SSH Access Port :

0xd4c9ef067134 Disabled 172.18.0.229 mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 Auto Negotiate n/a 2023 22

Enter parameter(s) to change, A to modify All, or [Q] to Quit: a a For each parameter, enter: New value, or <CR> to retain the current value, or DEFAULT to set the default value, or Q to Quit IP Address: Current -> 172.18.0.229 0.0.0.0 (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit: 172.18.0.119 172.18.0.119 -> IP Address will be updated Host Name: Current -> mpcr6uxsrv2 ilod4c9ef067134 (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit: -> Current Host Name has been retained Subnet Mask: Current -> 255.255.252.0 0.0.0.0 (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit:

-> Current Subnet Mask has been retained Gateway Address: Current -> 172.18.0.1 0.0.0.0 (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit: -> Current Gateway Address has been retained Remote Serial Console Port: Current -> 2023 (default) Options: 2000 to 2400 Enter new value, or Q to Quit: -> Current Remote Serial Console Port has been retained SSH Console Port Number: Current -> 22 (default) Options: 22, 2000 to 2400 Enter new value, or Q to Quit: -> Current SSH Console Port Number has been retained DHCP Status: Current -> D - Disabled E - Enabled (default) Enter new value, or Q to Quit: -> Current DHCP Status has been retained Link State: Current -> A - Auto Negotiate (default) X - 10BaseT C - 100BaseT Enter new value, or Q to Quit: -> Current Link State has been retained Next LAN - D * I Configuration (* modified values): MAC Address : 0xd4c9ef067134 DHCP Status : Disabled IP Address : 172.18.0.119

M S G L O R H

MP Host Name : Subnet Mask : Gateway Address : Link State : Duplex Option : Remote Serial Console Port : SSH Access Port :

mpcr6uxsrv2 255.255.252.0 172.18.0.1 Auto Negotiate n/a 2023 22

Enter Parameter(s) to revise, Y to confirm, or [Q] to Quit: y y -> Reset MP (XD command option 'R') for configuration to take effect. -> Next LAN Configuration has been updated. [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> rest XD -r -> MP reset requested Confirm? (Y/[N]): y y MP is now being reset... -> Command successful. [mpcr6uxsrv2] CM:hpiLO-> exi rest xd r -r