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Re: [Freeipmi-devel] FreeIPMI 1.4.8 gets no response back from a host ba

From: Werner Fischer
Subject: Re: [Freeipmi-devel] FreeIPMI 1.4.8 gets no response back from a host based on Supermicro
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 17:25:03 +0100

Hi Reinhard,

On Fre, 2015-02-27 at 12:00 +0000, Reinhard Trebbow wrote:
> I have a problem with all FREEIPMI programs to get a connection to a
> specific host.
> I have 3 Servers with the same Hardware (Supermicros) and with the
> same BCM-Firmware (3.36).
> When I am on the servers, I can connect to the BMCs with ipmitool with
> no problem.
> When I use for example ipmiconsole (or one of the other
> FREEIPMI-programs) from an remote host I can connect to two server but
> not to the third one, I get “connection timeout”.
> I can ping the IP-Address (the BMC-Address) for this Server and I can
> telnet to port 623 with no problem.
> The problem is also existent when I install FREEIPMI on this System
> and use ipmiconsole locally.
> The Systems are installed at a data center but the persons that are
> working there also have no idea what the problem Is with this machine.
> They offered me to replace this systems but this means a lot of work
> after that to Setup this system again from scratch.
> My Idea is now that I am sending you here the description, maybe you
> have an idea. I heard something about a checksum problem in earlier
> version and so I tried with 
> -W noauthcodecheck,nochecksumcheck but that doesn’t helped.
I think you are referring to:

I did some research back in these days, and for some systems the problem
has been fixed by updating the IPMI firmware again. So I'd suggest that
you try to update the IPMI firmware once again, maybe this could help...

PS: which motherboard do you use?

> Following is the debug-output:
> [...]
> And it goes on until the timeout. No response data came back.

Best regards,

: Werner Fischer
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