What is CIMS? I assume you are referring to the CIMC? CIMC is simply a management utility that runs on the UCS server. It is not a protocol and you don't need a server to manage it. You simply connect to it via a web browser or ssh session. Check out this document. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/tcs/6_0/quick/start/quick_start.html According to it you have to set the CIMC nic mode to dedicated, which means you can only access the CIMC through that management port. Then you connect the Lan1 port to your network to access the content server.
All that being said, you don't have to use the CIMC. It's just an optional utility that allows you to remotely manage certain functions of the server. Hope that helps.
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