Does the Cisco Integrated Management Controller (CIMC) support the WS-Management (WS-MAN) SOAP-based protocol for server management? In particular, I'm wondering if the C-200 or C-250 rack servers with CIMC can be controlled (power state changes, status, SEL, etc.) using a custom management application that uses WS-MAN.
From what I've been able to determine the CIMC only offers SMASH 1.0 which is the command-line protocol. I was hoping to have programmatic access via web service using the SMASH 2.0 standard. The only machines I've been able to find that seem to support it are Dell PowerEdge servers.
How to collect UCS Rack Server Tech support (Command Line) ?
SSH to the server and login with Username and password
Just Copy and Paste below commands for different protocols
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