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Connections from a host to Shared ILO do not work. If you need direct access from within the host OS, use the physical ILO port. Despite this, the HP ILO tools will work from the OS... e.g. you can use hponcfg to retrieve and set ILO configuration.


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Well the RAM is irrelevant - at the end tit runs down on developer competence (https://use-the-index-luke.com/) and IO performance. Know what you do not talk about? IO PERFORMANCE. Like "all Super Fast SSD setup". CPU good enough? WHO KNOWS. You should - you can easily measure CPU utilization, but even if that is 100% - it means nothing because it ...


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iLO is like an additional little computer inside your server, it's called a Baseboard Management Controller (BMC for short). iLO network connection can use a dedicated port (only BMC itself, nothing else) or be shared with the one of the server NICs. If it's dedicated, you need an external switch to connect those interfaces. If it's shared, the simple ...


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You just answered your own question. The iLO port is a hardware separated port that allows access regardless of server state. In other words you have to reenable the iLO port and connect there.


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Try connecting directly from something like a laptop to the iLO port, if that doesn't work then try fully powering off the entire server - removing both power cables for 10 seconds or so. If that doesn't work then as the server boots go into the iLO setup screen and check all the IP and port settings, even reset them, reboot and try setting them again. If ...


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