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

Yashy
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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.

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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?).
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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