How to reset/set IP Supermicro IPMI

reset ipmi admin passwd: http://blog.cuongnv.com/2013/08/supermicro-server-reset-ipmi-password.html
set IP: http://www.supermicro.com/products/nfo/SMS_IPMI.cfm

http://www.supermicro.com/products/nfo/IPMI.cfm
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ipmitool/
http://ipmiutil.sourceforge.net/

The SMCIPMITool is an out-of-band Supermicro utility that allows a user to interface with SuperBlade® systems and IPMI devices via CLI (Command Line Interface).

This is only for people who has a dedicated server with Supermicro Motherboard and IPMI feature, to reset the admin password:

From https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/Configuring_IPMI_under_Linux_using_ipmitool
http://www.servethehome.com/reset-supermicro-ipmi-password-default-lost-login/

1. On Centos, do yum install *IPMI* AND yum install ipmitool
2. restart IPMI by typing service ipmi restart

#service ipmi start
#ipmitool lan print #to check your BMC IP#
if ip address is not available and no DHCP server in your network, try following commands.
#ipmitool lan set 1 ipsrc static #set ip address to static#
#ipmitool lan set 1 defgw ipaddr xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx #set default gateway ip#
#ipmitool lan set 1 defgw macaddr xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx #set default gateway MAC address#
#ipmitool lan set 1 ipaddr xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx #set BMC ip address#
#ipmitool lan set 1 netmask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx #set BMC net mask#
#ipmitool -I open user list 1 #find out available users#
#ipmitool user set password X new-pass #set password, where X is the ID of the user from above user list#

3. Download the utility from ftp://ftp.supermicro.com/utility/IPMICFG/
4. Unzip and read the pdf file on how to
5. Go to command prompt (if on windows)
6. go to the folder containing the unzip folder (ex. cd c:\ipmi\win\32bit)
7. To reset it to default factory, you just type

ipmicfg-win -fd

Default login/password: ADMIN/ADMIN

Other commands:
- To list user: ipmicfg-win -user list
- To add user: ipmicfg-win -user add 3 Patrick Password 3
this will add a new user login: Patrick, with pass: Password
Using ipmicfg-win -user level 3 3 we can turn Patrick (user 3) into an operator (privilege level 3) in that order.
If this does not work, you can Using ipmicfg-win -user level 3 4 and then see Patrick changed to an Administrator.

Using the IPMICFG Utility to Set the IP/MAC Addresses for
Remote Servers
1. Run the ipmicfg utility.
2. Follow the instructions given in the Readme.txt file to configure Gateway IP/
Netmask IP addresses, enable/disable DHCP, and configure other IPMI set-
tings.
IPMICFG Version 1.38 (Build 110707) Copyright 2010 Super Micro Computer, Inc.
Usage: IPMICFG Parameters (Example: IPMICFG -m 192.168.1.123)

-m -> Show IP and MAC

-m IP -> Set IP (format: ###.###.###.###)

-a MAC -> Set MAC (format: ##:##:##:##:##:##)

-mac MAC -> Set MAC (format: ############)

-k -> Show Subnet Mask

-k Mask -> Set Subnet Mask (format: ###.###.###.###)

-dhcp -> Get the DHCP status

-dhcp on -> Enable the DHCP

-dhcp off -> Disable the DHCP

-g -> Show Gateway IP

-g IP -> Set Gateway IP (format: ###.###.###.###)

-r -> BMC cold reset

-garp on -> Enable the Gratuitous ARP

-garp off -> Disable the Gratuitous ARP

-fd -> Reset to the factory default

-fde -> Reset to the factory default(clear FRU&LAN)

-ver -> Get Firmware revision

-vlan -> Get VLAN status

-vlan on ->[VLANtag] Enable the VLAN and set the VLAN tag.
  If VLANtag is not given it uses previously saved value.

-vlan off -> Disable the VLAN

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