Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software (182 Views)
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'chris'
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HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

Hi

 

I have HP ProLiant DL145 G3 Server with WIN2003 Server and I'm looking for HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software.

Can someone pls post a download link?

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Suman_1978
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Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

Hi,

 

My guess is there is no Software for this product, there is only firmware available.

BTW why do you need the software, any specific reason for having a software?

 

Thank You!
I am a HP employee.

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'chris'
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Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

I need this software, because I need a remote managemnt (iLO).

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Suman_1978
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Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

Hi,

 

Lights Out 100, does not require a software or a software is not available.

Refer to HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management User Guide.

See page#18 onwards on Using LO 100.

 

Thank You!
I am a HP employee.

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'chris'
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Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

Thx, but still don't know howto install LO 100?

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'chris'
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Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

Can someone pls help me howto install LO 100 software on WIN2003?

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Matti_Kurkela
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Registered: ‎12-02-2001
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Re: HP ProLiant Lights-Out 100 Remote Management software

LO 100 is hardware, not software.

 

It connects directly to the system's IPMI controller, serial port, display output and mouse & keyboard inputs at the hardware level, so it does not need any drivers.

 

As far as the operating system knows, there will be no difference between using a local keyboard, mouse & VGA and using the LO100 Virtual KVM feature.

 

The configuration of LO 100 is done through the system BIOS setup menus.

 

If you don't have the optional Virtual KVM feature of the LO 100, please read pages 42-43 and 45-46 of the LO100 User Guide (Suman_1978 already gave you the link) for instructions on configuring the BIOS and Windows EMS Console so that they will be accessible through the LO 100.

 

To access the LO 100, you can use any web browser, or any SSH client, or even a

MK
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