If you have access to an HP server running Windows but you don't have access to ILO information (such as IP info), you can export it all to an XML file using a tool HP includes in the Proliant Support Pack. The tool is called hponcfg.exe and it's located under C:\Program Files\HP\hponcfg on x86 and x64 systems.
In order to use hponcfg, you'll need to have the ILO driver installed on the system. If you go in Device Manager, you'll see an entry under Multifunction Adapters like this:
If the driver isn't loaded, you'll get an error when you try to run the tool:
HPONCFG RILOE-II/iLO setup and configuration utility
Version 1.4 (c) Hewlett-Packard Company, 2005
ERROR: CPQSMIF.DLL and SM2USER.DLL not found.
ACTION REQUIRED: Please install the latest Proliant support pack.
So, to write out the config to an XML file, you'd do something like this:
hponcfg /w ILOConfig.xml
You'll get a file something like this:
<DIR_INFO MODE="write"> <MOD_DIR_CONFIG> <DIR_AUTHENTICATION_ENABLED …!-->!-->