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Yes you can reset the IP Address of the iLo when the server is up. Log onto the iLo itself as an administrative user and select administration --> Network.
This will reboot the iLo itself, but the server will be unnaffected.Later you can check from IP-Details.com to see your IP address has been changed
First you need to wake up your printer; second, if your computer is not directly connected to this printer, you need to change the IP address (by detecting this printer; use "Add printer"). Somehow, if the printer power is turned off, it changed its IP address.
No. You are on two different networks. Regardless of the hardware. Treat the home server just like any other PC or tablet. Make sure it has a dynamic IP via DHCP from your home router or ISP modem. Then connect via VPN.
You will not be able to network the two servers unless you have right equipment and network configuration. You would have to work with your service provider to obtain static IP's.
Internal IPs are irrelevant, because you can assign them your self internally. That means no one else sees them.
DNS-servers translate names, such as 'www.fixya.com' to IP-addresses, because routing of IP-packets on the Internet is done using the IP-addresses, not by using the names of each computer.
If you have a router between your computers and your cable-modem (or DSL-modem), then the router can automatically supply the "Primary DNS Server" and "Secondary DNS Server" and "IP Address" to your server computer, if you configure the network-adapter on the server to "automatically obtain an IP Address".
As long as you leave your server running, the "dynamic" IP-address that it obtains will, in effect, become a "static" (namely "non-changing") IP-address.
you need to let your router / modem router know what server will be exposed to the DMZ (example: assuming that 192.168.1.20 will be the webserver) that will redirect all the incoming traffic in port 80 the the 192.168.1.20 IP address and don't forget to open the ports in which the server will listen for connections. ( example: port 80 is http and port 443 is https )
if you have a dynamic IP you should consider using something like NO-IP.org or dyndns.org they will keep your dynamic IP up to date everytime it changes without you to have do the updates manually.
Hi there pls confirm whether you have tried to uninstall the network adpter and then restart ,or if physically the network adpter is installed in the PCI slot then change the slot and then reinstall I think this should workout or else the firmware for the server can be obtained frm HPupgrade with all the precaution as mentioned