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Accessing the ILO web page gives me an IIS page instead?

Posted on 2016-08-03
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hi guys,

I'm accessing the ILO of our remote server and yesterday I managed to log onto it. I may not have closed the session at the time. However now that I try accessing it, I keep coming up to an IIS page. Is there any reason for this? Will I have to ask someone to reboot the server?

It's an HP Proliant server with Windows 2008 R2.

Cheers
Yash
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Probably some IP numbers or hostnames got mixed up. That's because there's ABSOLUTELY NO IIS or similar code in the iLO, so it MUST be a real IIS installation running somewhere on your network.
When you're onsite, you can check IP numbers/ host names / port forwarding/ against the ARP list/Mac address.
Rebooting might not always help if what's causing this mix up isn't solved yet (DHCP? Fixed IP numbers?).
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Hello,

Trying pinging the IP address and unplug the ilo or reboot the Server if not in Production.
See if it responds and you can access the IIS page.
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I got the IP address incorrect accidentally. Thanks for helping
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