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Prior to iLO, Compaq created several other lights out management products. The original was the Remote Insight Board (RIB), which was available as an EISA or PCI expansion card. RIB was replaced with RILOE (Remote Insight Light-Out Edition), which was only available for PCI. The original RILOE was replaced with RILOE II. HP stopped manufacturing RILOE II in 2006. The final firmware version for RILOE is 2.53(A) dated 9 Mar 2004 and for RILOE II is 1.21 dated 5 July 2006.

Hp Ilo Firmware Versions

For some older ProLiant 100 series servers there is a "Lights Out 100" option, which has more limited functionality. The LO100 is a traditional IPMI BMC, and does not share hardware or firmware with iLO. Newer ProLiant 100 series servers have a standard iLO.

There have been multiple generations of iLO, each generation noted by a single digit number ("iLO 2"). Some generations of iLO are segmented into different editions, based on what features are licensed.[9] iLO includes updatable firmware, for which HP periodically releases new versions.

Thanks so much, this is a very useful resource. Everybody who like me has to search HP for firmware, then try to figure out how to extract relevant files from iso-scexe-whatsoever strange archives, will agree ? I hope this effort will continue. Thanks again, Paul

This is a great resource; HPE is absolutely making it more and more difficult to be their customer with failing web site; failing Intelligent Provisioning firmware updates and failing ftp site. Thank you for putting this together!

Super COOL.Thank you very much for the firmwares!!!! It worked like charm.I was a little concerned because i have a ilo2 on a proliant dl380 g5 and not g6 but worked perfect with the latest version(2.30)!Now ilo2 works very well on Windows 10 with the ie plugin installed.Thumbs UP!

Many thanks, this is the only internet place where I can found ILO 2 latest firmware.They are disappeared from hp site, I think they must write less infringement coiright letters and better organize their downloads!

FYI: the Linux, Windows, and OS Independent firmware package pages for iLO 5 version 1.45 (3 Jul 2019) are up on the HPE Support Center web site, *and* the download links for each are active (at least for me):

FYI: the Linux, Windows, and OS Independent firmware package pages for iLO 5 version 1.46 (16 Aul 2019) are up on the HPE Support Center web site, *and* the download links for each are active (at least for me):

The Fixes sections on the website says:iLO 4 version 2.75(b) was released with a packaging update. The update does not affect the firmware functionality. If version 2.75 was previously deployed to target device, then it is not necessary to update to version 2.75(b)

binary firmware files are identical in both versions:iLO 4 version 2.75(b) was released with a packaging update. The update does not affect the firmware functionality. If version 2.75 was previously deployed to target device, then it is not necessary to update to version 2.75(b)

Did you notice that as part of the latest SPP for Gen10 a version 2.42 of the firmware for iLO 5 is included (cp046458.exe)?The only way I can find to download the file is by downloading the SPP.

Thank you, It really is a pain that HP have a habit of re-organising their sites such that they break links.I can usually find the firmware after several searches and the opening of several tabs, but this really makes life far easier.

For those of you who want to extract the firmware from the Linux rpm package, gnutar is able to extract all the files from the Linux download. macos version of tar seems to be gnutar and can also extract all the files. You can see below.

At some point, HP decided to use the iLO brand name with PA-RISC/Itanium remote management processors too. In fact, I seem to recall there was a particular firmware revision that re-branded existing Superdome/rp84xx MPs to "iLO MP"s.

With the c-class blade hardware, a certain unification must have happened, as both the iLO MPs of the Itanium blades and the iLO2/3/4 implementations fo x86 blades must work together with the chassis OAs. But still the Itanium iLOs have their own firmware packages, with their own version numbering, indicating that there may still be some difference in the underlying iLO hardware between x86 and Itanium.

I want to collect the firmware version details for all HP servers (all Proliant DL model). I am using HP iLO PS cmdlet and it works for all the iLO 3 systems but getting error for iLO2. Is there any other method to collect the iLO firmware version details perticularly for iLO2 ? Kindly help.

It allows a system administrator to monitor all devices such as CPU, RAM, Hardware RAID, fan speed, power voltages, chassis intrusion, firmware (BIOS or UEFI), also manage remote terminals (KVM over IP), remote reboot, shutdown, powering on, etc.

Once you have entered your password you will be at the iLO prompt. issue the command show. Before you do though take note of the current firmware version highlighted below in red.

you can use the cd command to change folders. Above you will notice that we changed to the firmware1 folder located in the map1 folder. There is much more information available in the maps section if you want to explore.

Now lets load the new firmware. This MUST be the extracted .bin format. HP makes it a bit of a chore to extract the .bin file from there .exe installers, lucky for us the good folks over at pingtool have done this for us and have made them available online to download. You can get the firmware for your version of iLO here:

The firmware is being downloaded, and then verified by the iLO. It then gets applied and will automatically restart the iLO. When this happens you will be disconnected from your telnet or ssh session. There is no status or notification of what is going on!

Iranian researchers at Amnpardaz security firm have discovered rootkits in HPs iLO (Integrated Lights-Out) management modules. These optional chips are added to servers for remote management and grant full high-level access to the system. This includes the ability to turn the server on and off, configure hardware and firmware settings, and additional administrator functions. The rootkit name, iLOBleed, is based on the malware module Implant.ARM.iLOBleed.a discovered in the iLO firmware. This is the first known discovery of an iLO rootkit.

The attackers discreetly prevented firmware updates by simulating a fake upgrade process on the web UI. While it would show the latest firmware version number, the attackers failed to use the latest UI image.

iLO4 and earlier versions used on HP ProLiant Server Generation 9 (G9) series or older servers. These are at risk of modification or infection due to not including a Secure-Boot mechanism with an embedded Trusted Root Key.

HP iLO boards have an unauthenticated info disclosure at /xmldata?item=all.It lists board informations such as server model, firmware version,MAC addresses, IP addresses, etc. This script uses the slaxml libraryto parse the iLO xml file and display the info.

DESCRIPTION:This bundle contains the HP Smart Update Manager (HP SUM) Linux x86application, and firmware components for HP Integrity rx2800 i2 Serverincluding System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitorfirmware. This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the HP SUMapplication from a Linux x86 system.

DETERMINING CURRENT VERSION:HP SUM displays the current version of the firmware on the host. However usercan also log in to the iLO-3 MP and use the following procedure to find out thecurrent firmware versions.

FEEDBACK As we are continuing to improve the firmware management process we welcome yourfeedback on this document and on the firmware update process.

The vulnerability is an authentication bypass that allows attackers access to HP iLO consoles. Researchers say this access can later be used to extract cleartext passwords, execute malicious code, and even replace iLO firmware.

HP released patches for CVE-2017-12542 in August last year, in iLO 4 firmware version 2.54. System administrators who're in the habit of regularly patching servers are most likely protected against this bug for months.

Server hardware goes faulty is common in any organization, I was doing healthcheck on all vCenter, few of my ESXi servers were showing alerts on faulty storage controller battery and HDD storage issue, they were running on HP hardware, after checking ILO pages, hardware health status was in yellow or red degraded state, Drives were showing in not authenticated state. After discussion with HP support they found controller firmware version is lower than expected as It can be seeing on ILO page >> System information >> Firmware, Here it lists all the device Firmware versions.

The Integrated Software Update Manager (iSUT) service in the OS can monitor the iLO repository content. If there is something new, it pulls the update and then installs firmware and drivers inside the OS. A reboot is usually necessary afterwards. No more booting from the SPP ISO Image for firmware updates and you can specify several server stages or even reboot a number of times.

I downloaded the latest HP iLO3 firmware for G7 servers and tried to update them; some updated easily but some get errors and after checking the download page info I saw one step needed ONLY if the installed firmware version is before 1.20.

So besides the "ILO firmware" (which is quite clear) you can also update the firmware of a lot of other components as well (which was not quite clear to me). This is not really made clear on the ILO firmware page itself. When you go to

I have blade server 460c G8, iLo4 got updated from iLo web page but I cannot update system BIOS file which is sp99434 in exe format and gives me an error that "the last firmware update was not successful. Ready for next update."If you have any solution please let me know. Also does it requires to reboot the server after BIOS update.Thank you in advance. 041b061a72

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