On some of the servers we manage I'm not able to access CIMC. Either IP has changed (I don't have local access) or its not reachable for some reason. However I can access all the servers through vSphere / ESX.
Is there any way I can confirm IP Address of CIMC through ESX?
It is not possible to find the Ip address through ESX.
The only way to find out about the ip for your server is by having local access to your server with a monitor and rebooting the server. During the boot up process you will see the cimc ip address that your server has configured on the right corner of the screen.
If you have vCenter Server with the vCenter Hardware Status Plug-in enabled, you can find the CIMC IP of a UCS-C ESXi Host from the vSphere Client. Connect the vSphere Client to the vCenter Server, open the Hosts and Clusters view, highlight the ESXi Host, open the Host's Hardware Status tab, and look under Baseboard Management Controller to find the Management Controller IP Interface.
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