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HP Ilo on the same network as your computer

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Is it ok to have HP ILO on the same subnet as your computer you are accessing?
I would assume so since the HP ILO is not accessible directly from the OS but wanted to make sure there would be no gateway issues having 2 network cards on the same subnet on the same machine
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I've seen many configured this way - its no problem at all! :)
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