For information about management connections to Oracle ILOM, see Oracle ILOM Management Connection Options.
DHCP and IPv6 stateless auto-configuration are enabled by default, allowing a DHCP server on the network to automatically assign network settings to the service processor (SP).
To determine the dynamic IP address in Oracle ILOM, establish a serial connection to Oracle ILOM, and then view the properties under the /network and /network/ipv6 hierarchies.
Once you have cabled the server for a remote Ethernet connection to the SP, you can log in to Oracle ILOM from a remote system on the network. For further instructions, see Launch and Log In to Oracle ILOM Through a Remote Ethernet Connection.
This connection provides your initial communication with the server service processor (SP). Configure the terminal device with the following settings: 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no parity (9600/8-N-1).
The Oracle ILOM login prompt appears. For further instructions, see Log In to Oracle ILOM Through a Local Serial Connection.
Dedicated Interconnect SP Management Connection in the Oracle ILOM Administrator's Guide for Configuration and Maintenance, Firmware Release 3.2.x.
Enabling the Host-to-ILOM Interconnect, Oracle Hardware Management Pack Installation Guide.