I have an Intel server with an Intel RMM4 Lite 2 IPMI management system running in a data centre that I am unable to access.
The ideal candidate has experience managing Intel server hardware from a Linux environment.
The system has two network ports and a dedicated management port. When the server was first installed, it was running off the dedicated management port via an admin VPN. This was working well. However a remote hands knocked out the power and when the power was brought back up, the IPMI is no longer accessible.
ipmitool works locally, see an example of attached output.
I do not have dpccli installed, and I have not been able to get it working. When I extract the 64 bit SUSE rpm (I am running Ubuntu 18.04) the file looks like a 32 bit ELF but gives an error:
> -bash: ./dpccli/usr/local/cli/dpccli: No such file or directory
I need someone who can help me get the IPMI so it is remotely accessible via the control port without physical access to the machine.
UPDATE: The network manager has confirmed that the IPMI has failed over to the other ethernet port (but is unreachable due to the IP range). So I need to find a way to force the IPMI back the to control port and hopefully stop it ever failing back over.
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