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HP iLo command line interface use so called SMASH CLP command language. The latter provides a standardized set of commands for configuration and control of management processors (called Management Access Points) and host systems. On iLO 3 command line interface can be accessed via SSH or serial port.

Up to five network connections can be active simultaneously.

Note: in case of serial port connection  CLI is enabled by hitting ESC. The SSH session starts after authentication.

Command line session had a prompt that is displayed after each command (or if you exit VSP):

hpiLO->

Each time a CLI command is executed, the returned output follows this general format:

hpiLO-> {CLI command} 
status=0 
status_tag=COMMAND COMPLETED
...  command output ...
There are several keyboard sequences for frequent commands:
iLO key sequence commands Key sequence Description
<ESC>Q Exits the iLO command line interface
<ESC>R<ESC>r<ESC>R Resets the server
<ESC>^ Powers on the server

You can connect to the console from iLO SSH session using the command VSP

See also Integrated Lights-Out 3 Virtual Serial Port configuration and operation


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[Sep 21, 2012 ]  Reconfigure iLo network settings using HPONCFG by rodvars

May 25, 2012 | My Knowledge Base

To proceed with this we will use HPONCFG utility.

To write the current iLo configuration simply open a cmd prompt and execute the following command:

C:\Program Files\HP\hponcfg>hponcfg /w iLoConfig.xml

To change settings you need to create an XML file containing the parameters you want to change, formatted using the RIBCL language.

RIBCL allows you to write XML scripts to configure and manage iLO config settings.

To modify the network settings create a xml file with this information:

<RIBCL VERSION="2.0">
 <LOGIN USER_LOGIN="user" PASSWORD="password">
 <RIB_INFO MODE="WRITE" >
 <MOD_NETWORK_SETTINGS>
 <IP_ADDRESS VALUE = "x.x.x.x"/>
 <SUBNET_MASK VALUE = "x.x.x.x"/>
 <GATEWAY_IP_ADDRESS VALUE = "x.x.x.x"/>
 <PRIM_DNS_SERVER value = "x.x.x.x"/>
 <DHCP_ENABLE VALUE = "N"/>
 </MOD_NETWORK_SETTINGS>
 </RIB_INFO>
 </LOGIN>
 </RIBCL>

And then run the script like so:

C:\Program Files\HP\hponcfg>hponcfg /f your_script_name.xml

Hope that this information can be useful

[Jan 02, 2012] Access HP iLO via SSH UNIX Note by

... Here are the steps to gain access to HP iLO thru Command Line Interface (CLI) via SSH

roo@solaris# ssh Administrator@linux-mgmt
Administrator@linux-mgmt’s password:
User:Administrator logged-in to linux-mgmt.corp.ads(142.178.232.97)
iLO 2 Standard Blade Edition 2.00 at 11:16:29 Jun 21 2010
Server Name: linux
Server Power: On

hpiLO-> VSP

Starting virtual serial port.
Press ‘ESC (‘ to return to the CLI Session. <—– TAKE NOTE OF THE Escape Sequence

hpiLO-> Virtual Serial Port active: IO=0x03F8 INT=4

You have new mail in /var/spool/mail/root
linux#

hpiLO-> exit
status=0
status_tag=COMMAND COMPLETED

CLI session stopped
Received disconnect from 142.178.232.97: 11: Client Disconnect
roo@solaris#

[Jan 02, 2012] Connecting to HP iLO using the command line by Emerson Takahashi

July 17, 2010 | setaOffice

Just ssh to the IP that you configured the iLO

emerson@shellcore:~ $ ssh emerson@192.168.50.118
emerson@192.168.50.118′s password:
User:Emerson Takahashi logged-in to ILO_TESTLABHP.(192.168.50.118)
iLO 2 Advanced Evaluation 1.81 at 11:05:47 Jan 15 2010
Server Name: proliant_g5
Server Power: On

hpiLO->

Since I will access through a text terminal, Linux is configured to use the serial port (configured through the file /boot/grub/grub.conf)

hpiLO-> help
status=0
status_tag=COMMAND COMPLETED

DMTF SMASH CLP Commands:

help : Used to get context sensitive help.
show : Used to show values of a property or contents of a collection target.
create : Used to create new user account in the name space of the MAP.
Example: create /map1/accounts1 username= password=
name=
group=

delete : Used to delete user account in the name space of the MAP.
Example: delete /map1/accounts1/

load : Used to move a binary image from an URL to the MAP. The URL is
limited to 80 characters
Example : load -source http://192.168.1.1/images/fw/iLO2_130.bin

reset : Used to cause a target to cycle from enabled to disabled and back to enabled.

set : Used to set a property or set of properties to a specific value.
start : Used to cause a target to change state to a higher run level.
stop : Used to cause a target to change state to a lower run level.
cd : Used to set the current default target.
Example: cd targetname

exit : Used to terminate the CLP session.
version : Used to query the version of the CLP implementation or other CLP
elements.

oemhp_ping : Used to determine if an IP address is reachable from this iLO 2.
Example : oemhp_ping 192.168.1.1 , where 192.168.1.1 is the IP address that you wish
to ping

oemhp_loadSSHKey : Used to authorize a SSH Key File from an URL The URL is
limited to 80 characters
Example : oemhp_loadSSHKey -source http://UserName:password@192.168.1.1/images/SSHkey1.ppk

HP CLI Commands:

POWER : Control server power.
UID : Control Unit-ID light.
NMI : Generate an NMI.
VM : Virtual media commands.
VSP : Invoke virtual serial port.

Type VSP and you’re in. To login as root you need to include the serial port (in this case ttyS1) on your /etc/securetty file or you will be given the error message that your user or password is wrong.

hpiLO-> VSP

Starting virtual serial port.
Press ‘ESC (‘ to return to the CLI Session.

hpiLO-> Virtual Serial Port active: IO=0x02F8 INT=3

login as:

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If an invalid command is entered, then the status and status_tag values reflects the error as shown:

hpiLO-> boguscommand

status=2

status_tag=COMMAND PROCESSING FAILED

error_tag=COMMAND NOT RECOGNIZED

If an invalid parameter is given to a valid command, the response is slightly different:

hpiLO-> show /bad

status=2

status_tag=COMMAND PROCESSING FAILED

error_tag=COMMAND ERROR-UNSPECIFIED

Invalid property.

hpiLO->

The following commands are supported in this release of CLP. The same command set is supported

through the serial port and SSH connections.

The privilege level of the logged in user is verified against the privilege required for the command.

The command is only executed if the privilege levels match. If the serial command line session

status is set to

Enabled-No Authentication

, then all the commands are executed without verifying the privilege level.

The general syntax of CLP command is:

<verb> <target> <option> <property>

The valid Boolean values for any command are yes, no, true, false, and y, n, t, f.

General notes:

If the commands on the CLP command span more than one line, you cannot navigate between

different lines.

Operating system-specific notes:

  • The Backspace key in iLO 3 CLP implementation is mapped to the value 0x8. Some client

    operating systems such as Novell Linux Desktop, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Desktop map

    the Backspace key to the value 0x7f. The Backspace key does not work from a client where

    it has value of 0x7f. For the Linux clients, using the Home or the End key enables the iLO 3

    CLP service to remap the Backspace key to use the value 0x7f, making the key functional.

    In the Windows PuTTy client, the Backspace key can be mapped to a value of 0x8 by changing

    the setting for Terminal Keyboard to Control-H.

    Using the command line 29

    Escape commands

    The escape key commands are short-cuts to popular tasks.

  • ESC ( invokes the serial CLI connection. This is not necessary for SSH sessions because they

    automatically start a CLI session after a successful login.

  • ESC Q – Stops the CLI session and terminates the SSH connection.

  • ESC R ESC r ESC R– Resets the system.

  • ESC ^– Powers on the system.

  • ESC ESC– Erases the current line.

    There is a one second timeout for entering any of the escape sequence characters.

    Base commands

  • The help command displays context-sensitive help.

    Entering help displays all supported commands.

    Entering <command help/?> displays the help message specific to that command.

  • The exit command terminates the CLP session.

  • The cd command sets the current default target. The context works like a directory path. The

    root context for the server is "/" and is the starting point for a CLP system. By changing the

    context, you can shorten commands.

    For example, to find the current iLO 3 firmware version, enter the show /map1/firmware1

    version command.

    However, if you enter the cd /map1/firmware1 command, then enter show version,

    this displays the information as well.

  • The show command displays values of a property or contents of a collection target. For

    example:

    hpiLO-> show

    status=0

    status_tag=COMMAND COMPLETED

    /

    Targets

    system1

    map1

    Properties

    Verbs

    cd version exit show

    The first line of information returned by the show command is the current context. In the

    example, / is the current context. Following the context is a list of subtargets (Targets) and

    properties (Properties) applicable to the current context. The verbs (Verbs) section shows which

    commands are applicable to this context.

    You can also specify the show command with an explicit or implicit context as well as a

    specific property. For example, an explicit context is /map1/firmware1 and is not dependent

    on the current context, while an implicit context assumes that the context specified is a child

    of the current context. If the current context is /map1 then a show firmware command

    displays the /map1/firmware1 data.

    If you do not specify a property, then all properties are shown. In the case of the /map1/

    firmware1 context, two properties are available: version, and date. If you execute show

    /map1/firmware1 date, only the date is shown.

  • The create command creates a new instance of the MAP in the name space.

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  • The delete command removes instances of the MAP in the name space.

  • The load command moves a binary image from a URL to the MAP.

  • The reset command causes a target to cycle from enabled to disabled, and back to enabled.

  • The set command sets a property or set of properties to a specific value, and resets iLO 3

    to implement the changes.

  • The start command causes a target to change the state to a higher run level.

  • The stop command causes a target to change the state to a lower run level.

  • The version command queries the version of the CLP implementation or other CLP elements.

    For example:

    hpiLO-> version

    status=0

    status_tag=COMMAND COMPLETED

    SM-CLP Version 1.0

  • The oemhp_ping command determines if an IP address is reachable from the current iLO 3.

    For example:

    oemhp_ping 192.168.1.1

    Where 192.168.1.1 is the IP address you are testing.

    Specific commands

    The following sections cover iLO 3 specific commands available when using the command line,

    including:

  • User commands (“User commands” (page 31))

  • Network commands (“Network commands” (page 33))

  • iLO 3 settings

  • iLO 3 embedded health settings (“iLO 3 embedded health settings” (page 37))

  • SNMP settings (“SNMP settings” (page 38))

  • License commands (“License commands” (page 39))

  • Directory commands (“Directory commands” (page 39))

  • Virtual media commands (“Virtual media commands” (page 40))

  • Start and reset commands

  • Firmware update

  • Eventlog commands (“Eventlog commands” (page 44))

  • Blade commands (“Blade commands” (page 44))

  • Boot commands (“Boot commands” (page 45))

  • LED commands

  • System targets and properties

  • Other commands (“Other commands” (page 48))

    User commands

    User commands enable you to view and modify user settings. User settings are located at

    /map1/accounts1.

    Targets

    Specific commands 31

    All local users are valid targets. For example, if three local users have the login names Administrator,

    admin, and test, then valid targets are:

  • Administrator

  • admin

  • test

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    username read/write Corresponds to the iLO 3 login name.

    password read/write Corresponds to the password for the current user.

    Displays the name of the user. If a name is not specified, the parameter

    uses the same value as the login name (username). This value corresponds

    to the iLO 3 user name property.

    name read/write

    group read/write Specifies the privilege level. The valid values are as follows:

  • admin

  • config

  • oemhp_power

  • oemhp_rc

  • oemhp_vm

    If a group is not specified, no privileges are assigned to the user.

    Examples

    The current path is /map1/accounts1.

  • create username=lname1 password=password

    In the example, username corresponds to the login name.

  • set lname1 username=lname2 password=password1 name=name2

    group=admin,configure,oemhp_power,oemhp_vm,oemhp_rc

    In the example, lname1 is the login name of the user.

    HP SIM SSO settings

    HP SIM SSO settings commands are accessed using /map1/oemhp_ssocfg1. You must have

    the Configure iLO 3 Settings privilege to change these properties. SSO is only supported for browser

    access from trusted HP SIM servers. SSO is a licensed feature. For more information, see the HP

    ProLiant Integrated Lights-Out 3 User Guide.

    Targets

    None

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    The Single Sign-On required trust level. Valid values are

    disabled, all, name, and certificate.

    oemhp_ssotrust Read/write

    The privileges associated with the user role. Valid values

    are login, oemhp_rc, oemhp_power, oemhp_vm,

    config, admin.

    oemhp_ssouser Read/write

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    Property Access Description

    The privileges associated with the operator role. Valid

    values are login, oemhp_rc, oemhp_power,

    oemhp_vm, config, admin.

    oemhp_ssooperator Read/write

    The privileges associated with the administrator role. Valid

    values are login, oemhp_rc, oemhp_power,

    oemhp_vm, config, admin.

    oemhp_ssoadministrator Read/write

    Contains 0 or more HP SIM Trusted Server records. Each

    record can contain a server name or a server certificate.

    oemhp_ssoserver Read

    Examples

  • To set the SSO trust level to trust by certificate:

    set oemhp_ssocfg/ oemhp_ssotrust = certificate

  • To assign user roles the login privilege:

    set oemhp_ssocfg/ oemhp_ssouser = login

  • To assign the operator role login, remote console, virtual power control, and virtual media

    privileges:

    set oemhp_ssocfg/ oemhp_ssooperator = login,oemhp_rc,

    oemhp_power,oemhp_vm

  • To Add an HP SIM Trusted Server name record:

    cd map1/oemhp_ssocfg

    </map1/oemhp_ssocfg>hpiLO-> create = hpsim1.corp.net

  • To dynamically import a certificate from the specified server (hpsim2.corp.net):

    </map1/oemhp_ssocfg>hpiLO-> load = hpsim2.corp.net

  • To delete oemhp_ssoserver with index 5:

    </map1/oemhp_ssocfg>hpiLO-> delete = 5

  • To display the complete iLO 3 SSO configuration:

    cd map1/oemhp_ssocfg

    </map1/oemhp_ssocfg>hpiLO->show

    Network commands

    The network subsystems are located at:

  • dhcpendpt1

    Properties

    ◦ EnabledState

    ◦ OtherTypeDescription

  • dnsendpt1

    Properties

    ◦ EnabledState

    ◦ HostName

    ◦ DomainName

    ◦ OtherTypeDescription

  • gateway1

    Properties

    ◦ AccessInfo

    ◦ AccessContext

  • dnsserver1

    Properties

    ◦ AccessInfo

    ◦ AccessContext

    Verbs

    ◦ cd

    ◦ version

    ◦ exit

    ◦ show

    ◦ set

  • dnsserver2

    Properties

    ◦ AccessInfo

    ◦ AccessContext

  • dnsserver3

    Properties

    ◦ AccessInfo

    ◦ AccessContext

  • dhcpserver1

    Properties

    ◦ AccessInfo

    ◦ AccessContext

    34 SMASH CLP Scripting Language

  • settings1

    Targets

    DNSSettings1

    Properties

    – DNSServerAddress

    – RegisterThisConnection

    – DomainName

    – DHCPOptionToUse

    WINSSettingData1

    Properties

    – WINSServerAddress

    – RegisterThisConnection

    – DHCPOptionToUse

    ◦ Verbs

    – cd

    – version

    – exit

    – show

  • StaticIPSettings1

    Properties

    ◦ oemhp_SRoute1Address

    ◦ oemhp_Mask1Address

    ◦ oemhp_Gateway1Address

    ◦ oemhp_SRoute2Address

    ◦ oemhp_Mask2Address

    ◦ oemhp_Gateway2Address

    ◦ oemhp_SRoute3Address

    ◦ oemhp_Mask3Address

    ◦ oemhp_Gateway3Address

    ◦ DHCPOptionToUse

    Examples

    set /map1/enetport1 speed=100

    set /map1/enetport1/lanendpt1 ipv4address=192.168.0.13

    subnetmask=255.255.252

    You can specify one or more properties on the command line. If multiple properties are on the

    same command line, they must to be separated by a space.

    iLO 3 is reset after network settings have been applied.

    iLO 3 settings

    The iLO 3 settings commands enable you to view or modify iLO 3 settings. iLO 3 settings are

    located at /map1/config1.

    Specific commands 35

    Targets

    No targets

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    Enables or disables the iLO 3. Boolean

    values are accepted.

    oemhp_mapenable Read/Write

    Sets session timeout in minutes. Valid

    values are 15, 30, 60, and 120.

    oemhp_timeout Read/Write

    Enables or disables RBSU prompt

    during POST. Boolean values are

    accepted.

    oemhp_rbsuenable Read/Write

    Enables or disables login requirement

    for accessing RBSU. Boolean values are

    accepted.

    oemhp_rbsulogin Read/Write

    Enables or disables iLO 3 IP address

    display during POST. Boolean values

    are accepted.

    oemhp_rbsushowip Read/Write

    Sets the Remote Console configuration.

    Valid values are enabled, disabled, or

    automatic.

    oemhp_rcconfig Read/Write

    oemhp_httpport Read/Write Sets the HTTP port value.

    oemhp_sslport Read/Write Sets the SSL port value.

    oemhp_rcport Read/Write Sets remote console port value.

    oemhp_vmport Read/Write Sets virtual media port value.

    oemhp_sshport Read/Write Sets the SSH port value.

    Enables or disables SSH. Boolean

    values are accepted.

    oemhp_sshstatus Read/Write

    Enables or disables CLP session through

    serial port. Boolean values are

    accepted.

    oemhp_serialclistatus Read/Write

    Enables or disables authorization

    requirement for CLP session through

    oemhp_serialcliauth Read/Write

    serial port. Boolean values are

    accepted.

    Sets the serial port speed for the CLP

    session. The valid values are 9600,

    19200, 38400, 57600, and 115200.

    oemhp_serialclispeed Read/Write

    Sets the minimum password length

    requirement.

    oemhp_minpwdlen Read/Write

    Sets the logging criteria for failed

    authentications.

    oemhp_authfailurelogging Read/Write

    Enables or disables remote console

    acquire operations.

    oemhp_rc_aquire Read/Write

    (not supported in iLO 3 v1.00)

    36 SMASH CLP Scripting Language

    Property Access Description

    Enables or disables the Remote Console

    Computer Lock.

    oemhp_computer_lock Read/Write

    Enable or disable enforcing AES/3DES

    encryption

    oemhp_enforce_aes Read/Write

    Examples

    set /map1/config1 oemhp_mapenable=yes oemhp_timeout=30

    You can specify one or more properties in the command line. If multiple properties are on the same

    command line, they must be separated by a space.

    oemhp_computer_lock

    command examples:

    set /map1/config1 oemhp_computer_lock = windows

    set /map1/config1 oemhp_computer_lock = custom,l_gui,l

    set /map1/config1 oemhp_computer_lock = disabled

    For a complete list of oemhp_computer_lock custom keys, see the HP ProLiant Integrated

    Lights-Out 3 User Guide. Keys with a space must have the space replaced with an underscore.

    For example:

    set /map1/config1 oemhp_computer_lock = custom,SYS_RQ

    iLO 3 embedded health settings

    iLO 3 embedded health commands enable you to display system embedded health information

    for fans, temperature sensors, voltage sensors, and the power supply.

    iLO 3 embedded health CLP settings are located here:

  • /system1/fan*

  • /system1/sensor*

  • /system1/powersupply*

    Targets

  • Fan

  • Sensor

  • Power supply

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    Displays fan, sensor, or power supply

    label number

    DeviceID Read

    Displays fan, sensor, or power supply

    location

    ElementName Read

    Displays fan, sensor, or power supply

    operational status

    OperationalStatus Read

    Displays if fan is operating at variable

    speed

    VariableSpeed Read

    DesiredSpeed Read Displays the current fan speed

    Displays the health status of the fan,

    sensor, or power supply

    HealthState Read

    Specific commands 37

    Property Access Description

    Displays the reading units for

    temperature and voltage sensors

    RateUnits Read

    CurrentReading Read Displays the current reading of sensor

    SensorType Read Displays the sensor type

    Displays temperature sensor caution

    value

    Oemhp_CautionValue Read

    Displays temperature sensor critical

    value

    Oemhp_CriticalValue Read

    Examples

    The command show system1/fan1 displays the system fan1 properties. For example:

    /system1/fan1

    Targets

    Properties

    DeviceID=Fan 1

    ElementName=I/O Board

    OperationalStatus=Ok

    VariableSpeed=Yes

    DesiredSpeed=40

    HealthState=Ok

    VRM power supplies are usually mapped to the sensor targets. The command show system1/

    sensor1 displays the VRM 1 properties. For example:

    /system1/sensor1

    Targets

    Properties

    DeviceID=VRM 1

    ElementName=CPU 1

    OperationalStatus=Ok

    RateUnits=Volts

    CurrentReading=0

    SensorType=Voltage

    HealthState=Ok

    oemhp_CautionValue=0

    oemhp_CriticalValue=0

    Other sensor targets show system temperatures. The command show system1/sensor3 displays

    one of the temperature zone properties. For example:

    /system1/sensor3

    Targets

    Properties

    DeviceID=Temp 1

    ElementName=I/O Board Zone

    OperationalStatus=Ok

    RateUnits=Celsius

    CurrentReading=32SensorType=Temperature

    HealthState=Ok

    oemhp_CautionValue=68

    oemhp_CriticalValue=73

    SNMP settings

    SNMP settings commands enable you to view and modify SNMP settings. SNMP settings are

    available at /map1/snmp1.

    38 SMASH CLP Scripting Language

    Targets

    None

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    Sets the first SNMP trap destination

    address.

    accessinfo1 Read/Write

    Sets the second SNMP trap destination

    address.

    accessinfo2 Read/Write

    Sets the third SNMP trap destination

    address.

    accessinfo3 Read/Write

    Enables or disables iLO 3 SNMP alerts.

    Boolean values accepted.

    oemhp_iloalert Read/Write

    Enables or disables host agent SNMP

    alerts. Boolean values accepted.

    oemhp_agentalert Read/Write

    Enables or disables iLO 3 SNMP

    pass-through. Boolean values accepted.

    oemhp_snmppassthru Read/Write

    oemhp_imagenturl Read/Write Sets the Insight Manager Agent URL.

    Determines if the LOM device responds

    to anonymous XML queries. Valid

    oemhp_imdatalevel Read/Write

    selections can be enabled and

    disabled.

    Examples

    set /map1/snmp1 accessinfo1=192.168.0.50 oemhp_imdatalevel=Enabled

    You can specify one or more properties on the command line. If multiple properties are on the

    same command line, they must be separated by a space.

    License commands

    License commands enable you to display and modify the iLO 3 license. License commands are

    available at /map1/.

    Targets

    None

    Commands

    Command Description

    cd Changes the current directory

    show Displays license information

    set Changes the current license

    Examples

  • set /map1 license=1234500000678910000000001

  • show /map1 license

    Directory commands

    Directory commands enable you to view and modify directory settings. Directory settings are

    available at: /map1/oemhp_dircfg1

    Specific commands 39

    Targets

    None

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    Enables or disables directory authentication. Valid settings are as

    follows:

    oemhp_dirauth Read/Write

  • extended_schema – Uses HP extended schema

  • default_schema – Uses schema-free directories

  • disabled – Directory-based authentication is disabled

    Enables or disables local account authentication. This property can

    be disabled only if directory authentication is enabled. Boolean

    values accepted.

    oemhp_localacct Read/Write

    Sets the directory server IP address or DNS name. The schema-free

    directory configuration requires a DNS name.

    oemhp_dirsrvaddr Read/Write

    oemhp_ldapport Read/Write Sets the directory server port.

    Displays the LOM object distinguished name. This field is ignored

    when the schema-free directory configuration is used.

    oemhp_dirdn Read/Write

    Displays the directory user login search context. This field is not

    necessary when the schema-free directory configuration is used.

    oemhp_usercntxt1, 2 ... Read/Write

    (up to 15)

    Displays security group distinguished name. Used within the

    schema-free directory configuration only.

    oemhp_group(n)_name Read/Write

    where n = 1..6

  • The privileges associated with a group. Valid values are login,

    oemhp_rc, oemhp_power, oemhp_vm, config, admin.

    oemhp_group(n)_priv Read/Write

    where n = 1..6

    Examples

  • set /map1/oemhp_dircfg1

  • set /map1/oemhp_dircfg1 oemhp_dirauth=default_schema oemhp_dirsrvaddr=adserv.demo.com

    You can define additional groups using additional set commands.

    You can specify one or more properties on the command line. If multiple properties are on the

    same command line, they must be separated by a space.

    Virtual media commands

    Access to the iLO 3 virtual media is supported through the CLP. The virtual media subsystem is

    located at /map1/oemhp_vm1. See the user guide for more information.

    Targets

    You can access the following sub-components of the virtual media.

    Target Description

    /map1/oemhp_vm1/floppydr1 Virtual floppy or key drive device

    /map1/oemhp_vm1/cddr1 Virtual CD-ROM device

    40 SMASH CLP Scripting Language

    Properties

    Property Access Description

    The image path and name for virtual media access. The value is a URL

    with a maximum length of 80 characters.

    oemhp_image Read/Write

    Displays if a virtual media device is already connected through the CLP

    or scriptable virtual media.

    oemhp_connect Read

    oemhp_boot Read/Write Sets the boot flag. The valid values are:

    oemhp_wp Read/




    Etc

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