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HP UCMDB - Is there a way to identify/discover iLO (Integrated Lights Out)

HP UD 10.20.CUP1.545

UD CP 15.02.169

OS: RHEL 6.6

Hello all,

Are iLO's discovered as Interface CIs when running host resources jobs ?

If yes, how can we identify all the HP Integrated Lights-Out cards within the uCMDB ?

We need to locate and identify them in order to enforce compliance requirements for these devices.

Kindly oblige,

Praveen

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Re: HP UCMDB - Is there a way to identify/discover iLO (Integrated Lights Out)


Hi Praveen ,

The Host Connection by SNMP job discover the ILO with the SNMP potocol .

 

Best Regards,

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: HP UCMDB - Is there a way to identify/discover iLO (Integrated Lights Out)

If they are in SNMP Pass-through mode, the Host Connection by SNMP will identify the ILO as a duplicate of the host the ILO is attached to.

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Re: HP UCMDB - Is there a way to identify/discover iLO (Integrated Lights Out)

Hi Praveen,

i think best method for ilo HPE SIM integration.

Thanks,

UCMDB Support

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