i begin to check whats going on now. the AMI licence sticker on the USB B is no coincidence.The USB B port is just a serial port for the motherboard
Yes, I get it now too. But that does not bring me much further.i begin to check whats going on now. the AMI licence sticker on the USB B is no coincidence.
what do you think about this ?
AMI Provides Firmware for both BIOS and BMC on Intel customer reference board using Xeon Processor D-1500 Product Family and the AST2300 BMC
That might be true, but there is no real reason for ASRock (And Akamai) to remove the GUI. And I've never seen the BMC actually respond to any ipmitool requests through the external ip. We will only know for sure if someone dumps the firmware.I imagine there really was no point for the design of this board to include any sort if GUI KVM thing, all of the software is either remote controlled or CLI anyway, and a SoL session is more than enough for that.
The only place you really could need a KVM via the BMC is if you run bare-metal Windows.
Yes, I see the BMC get an IP.