Love to hate iLO ...
edwin at mavetju.org
Mon Mar 17 00:29:03 UTC 2008
On Sun, Mar 16, 2008 at 09:08:10PM -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> The reason I originally went with HP was *because* of iLO ... the ability to
> connect to the console to do work on the server *without* havign to get ahold
> of a tech was a huge selling point ...
> ... but, is it just me, or is iLO the most unreliable piece of software?
> I can ping the ilo port, but when I try to ssh in:
> ssh: connect to host hostname.hub.org port 22: Operation timed out
> when I try and access through the web, I get told 'Connection refused' ...
> If I get a tech to pull the plug out of the wall and replug it in after a few
> seconds, everything works again for awhile, and then dies off ... but, of
> course, that doesn't help me when I'm actually *having* a problem ...
Upgrade, upgrade, upgrade... (the firmware that is)
Is this the normal ILO or ILO2?
Is the IP address of the ILO server a public address or a private
address? If a public, please firewall it away from the public
internet because that was you described happens when you fail your
authentication one too many times. On the normal ILO that is.
Edwin Groothuis | Personal website: http://www.mavetju.org
edwin at mavetju.org | Weblog: http://www.mavetju.org/weblog/
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