You can re-enable the iLO 3 dedicated NIC management port using the User Interface, RBSU, CLP, or XML. You can re-enable the iLO dedicated NIC management port using the iLO 3 RBSU or XML scripting. For information about how to use the SHARED_NETWORK_PORT command, see the section, "Using RIBCL."
To re-enable the dedicated management port using RBSU:
After the iLO resets, the dedicated management NIC port is active.
To re-enable the dedicated iLO using XML, use the following sample RIBCL script. The sample script configures the iLO to select the iLO Network Port. You can modify the script for your specific needs. Using this script on platforms that do not support the Shared Network Port causes an error.
<LOGIN USER_LOGIN="adminname" PASSWORD="password">
<SHARED_NETWORK_PORT VALUE="N" />