What does the AOC-SIMLP-3(+) SuperMicro IPMI-card have in favor of the AOC-SIMLP-B(+)?
I see that it has an additional LAN-Port, named as 3rd data port, but what is it actually used for and what are the advantages?
I have several supermicro servers (X8DTU-F, X7SPA-HF). I am using IPMI configuration with shared ethernet port (X7SPA-HF doesn't have dedicated port though). IPMI over ethernet is working perfectly. So servers network connectivity do.
The problem is that servers can't access to it's ipmi ip through shared port localy (it's working with dedicated).
I'm using the IPMI View software to manage a SuperMicro server but would like to use alternate port #s within the program itself.
In other words - If I use the web browser, it defaults to port 80 - While I can, say change that port to 12345 (or whatever) and type the IP address into the browser (like http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:12345 ) that works just fine.