Monitoring the Layer 7 Gateway appliance from the host operating system

Document ID : KB000057565
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Viewing and Setting the ILOM IP address

The former command will print the IP address of the Network Management interface on the rear of the appliance. The three latter commands will define and set the IP address, subnet mask, and default Gateway respectively.
ipmitool lan print | grep "IP Address"
ipmitool lan set 1 ipaddr
ipmitool lan set 1 netmask
ipmitool lan set 1 defgw ipaddr

Viewing ILOM Revision and Platform Information

This command will print the version and firmware revision numbers of the ILOM and its dependency components.
ipmitool bmc info

Monitoring Temperature Sensors

This command will provide a table of temperature sensors, their values, and the variances.
ipmitool sensor list | grep deg

Setting Appliance Boot Device Priority

This command will allow an administrator to set the next preferred boot device (such as an optical drive or into the BIOS).
ipmitool chassis bootdev [cdrom|bios|disk|none]

Enabling the Chassis Identification LED

This command will force the chassis identification LED to be enabled for?n seconds.
ipmitool chassis identify n

List the Authorized Administrative Users

This command will print a list of the users configured in the ILOM and how they are able to access the ILOM
ipmitool user list 1

Changing Authorized Administrative User Credentials

This command will change the password of a user specified by their User ID. The User ID is obtainable via the "user list" command above.
# ipmitool user set password [userid] [password]

List Current Fault Status

This command will scan the currently active sensors and indicators and display their values for each Field Replaceable Unit.
ipmitool sdr

This command will print any documented failures or faults with the primary chassis components (such as main power, cooling, or chassis intrusion detectors).
ipmitool chassis status

Print Identifiable System Information

This command will print useful identifying information such as platform model, server serial number, and server location information (if configured by an administrator).
dmidecode -t 1