How to find iLOM IP Address from Solaris OS
To get the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (iLOM) IP address from within the Solaris OS, simply login as root and run the
ipmitool command as follows.
ipmitool sunoem cli "show /SP/network"
# ipmitool sunoem cli "show /SP/network" Connected. Use ^D to exit. -> show /SP/network /SP/network Targets: interconnect ipv6 test Properties: commitpending = (Cannot show property) dhcp_clientid = none dhcp_server_ip = none ipaddress = 10.10.x.x ipdiscovery = static ipgateway = 10.10.x.x ipnetmask = 255.x.x.x macaddress = 00:10:xx:xx:xx:xx managementport = MGMT outofbandmacaddress = 00:10:xx:xx:xx:xx pendingipaddress = 10.10.x.x pendingipdiscovery = static pendingipgateway = 10.10.x.x pendingipnetmask = 255.x.x.x pendingmanagementport = MGMT pendingvlan_id = (none) sidebandmacaddress = 00:10:xx:xx:xx:xx state = enabled vlan_id = (none) Commands: cd set show -> Session closed Disconnected