-- Assuming you have no BMC access (not picking up IP) most likely BMC set to LOM-NIC and not dedicated NIC (or static IP); you can try plugging into each NIC until you see it grab IP via DHCP but not guaranteed -- you will need a KVM or VGA to HDMI adapter or similar (I used this
as I still need to invest in a KVM solution) for troubleshooting.
If you get a video out, access BIOS by mashing
<F2> -- otherwise follow instructions above to reset BIOS settings.
Once in BIOS navigate to
Server Mgmt > BMC network configuration:
Make changes as needed (assign
BMC LAN Port to Dedicated NIC, set static IP address and gateway respectively):
Save Changes and Reset -- you should be able to access BMC at this point via the IP set above:
Default username/password is admin/admin (seeing an SSL warning is fine).
Hopefully you are now looking at something similar to below (screenshot taken after BMC update so yours may differ):
<wip> <more to come, gotta rest up for work>