Update idrac firmware

Update idrac firmware DEFAULT

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RSA Product Set: NetWitness Logs & Network
RSA Version/Condition: 10.6.x, 11.x
Platform: iDrac
Platform (Other): Dell PowerEdge appliance

How to upgrade the iDRAC firmware on Dell PowerEdge through the command line interface on RSA NetWitness appliances?

CVE-2013-3589 affects Dell iDRAC6 monolithic devices with firmware before 1.96 and iDRAC7 devices with firmware before 1.46.45.
CVE-2013-4783 affects Dell iDRAC6 with firmware 1.x before 1.92 and 2.x and 3.x before 3.42, and iDRAC7 with firmware before 1.23.23.

To fix several vulnerabilities in the iDRAC firmware, follow these instructions to download and upgrade the firmware in a Dell iDRAC via command line.

This solution requires that the iDRAC be configured, enabled and accessible via the console URL or through a ssh session.
For iDRAC firmware upgrade, upgrading using the console is preferable.
If an ssh session is interrupted during the upgrade it could render the iDRAC unusable. 

If the iDRAC is not configured and not connected to a network there is no reason to upgrade the firmware. 

For the correct version of the iDRAC firmware to download see, RSA NetWitness Availability of BIOS & iDRAC Firmware Updates

Download the following file: 

iDRAC-with-Lifecycle-Controller_Firmware_{Version}.BIN

Where

{Version} will be specific to the Dell hardware appliance type and the firmware version.
.BIN file extension is the Update Package for Red Hat Linux

The command-line installation instructions are as follows:

  1. Upload a copy of the iDRAC-with-Lifecycle-Controller_Firmware_{Version}.BIN file to the NetWitness Dell appliance with a program like WinSCP, or similar.

    This example assumes the file was copied to the /root directory of the NetWitness appliance.

  2. Logon to the appliance via the console or through an ssh session with root permissions.
  3. Change into the /root folder and change the uploaded file to executable mode:  
  4. Execute the BIN file to upgrade the firmware. Substitute {Version} with the correct file name details.
     
  5. Read the license information and all prompts carefully and respond to each prompt with the default response. Make sure you are applying the firmware version you intend to apply.  You may cancel the installation with Ctrl+C before responding to the final prompt.
     
  6. Wait for the upload to complete. This should take between 6 and 8 minutes.  There is a simple progress indicator displayed on the screen during the update process and confirmation when completed.
     
  7. When the update completes, the iDRAC will reset (reboot) but this will not be obvious through the console or ssh session.
    Logout of the console or ssh session.  No further action is required. 

    Only the iDRAC will reboot at the end of the process.  The appliance operating system will not reboot. 

For instructions on upgrading the Dell iDRAC firmware via the web interface, refer to RSA Knowledgebase article How to upgrade firmware on Dell iDRAC7 through the web interface on RSA Security Analytics appliances.

Sours: https://community.rsa.com/t5/rsa-netwitness-platform/how-to-upgrade-the-idrac-firmware-from-the-command-line-on-rsa/ta-p/3258

Upgrading the DELL iDRAC firmware to fix vulnerabilities in Deep Discovery products

Go to Overview > Server > Properties > Summary and check the firmware version. If the version is older than 2.52.52.52, refer to the following steps to upgrade the firmware:

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  1. Download DELL iDRAC firmware from Dell's Product Support page: IDRAC with Lifecycle Controller V.,2.52.52.52.

    Look for the filename iDRAC-with-Lifecycle-Controller_Firmware_74GHJ_WN64_2.52.52.52_A00.EXE.

  2. Go to the iDRAC console, Overview > iDRAC Settings > Update and Rollback > Update.
  3. Upload the downloaded file (iDRAC-with-Lifecycle-Controller_Firmware_74GHJ_WN64_2.52.52.52_A00.EXE) in step 1 and install it.
  4. After the upgrade is completed, log on to the iDRAC web console and go to Overview > Server > Properties > Summary to check the firmware version. It should now be 2.52.52.52.

If you do not want to upgrade the firmware but still want to use iDRAC, as a workaround, you can set iDRAC to only allow a dedicated IP to access it. Do the following:

  1. Open iDRAC console.
  2. Go to Overview > iDRAC Settings > Network.
  3. Click Advanced Settings.
  4. On the Network Security page, select IP Range Enable and set the IP info which will allow access to iDRAC.
  5. To apply the settings, click Apply.
Sours: https://success.trendmicro.com/solution/1119600-upgrading-the-dell-idrac-firmware-to-fix-vulnerabilities-in-deep-discovery-products
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Solution
  • Shutdown server and power-off
  • After shutdown has completed, disconnect all power cables.
  • After all power cables are disconnected, press and hold the power button on your server for at least 30 seconds
  • After pressing then holding the power button on the server for at least 30 seconds, reconnect power cables to the server
  • Connect keyboard and console/display to the server. If you can connect a mouse, that may also help you, but without a mouse, you can use the keyboard to navigate selections ("tab" key, arrow keys, and "enter"/"return" key.)
  • After power cables have been reconnected to the server, press power button once (and then let go of the power button) to boot server, and follow steps below here:
Boot/Reboot and press "F10" to choose to boot to "Lifecycle Controller"
Press F10 on the Keyboard
This may take a few minutes to boot...
Wait for boot
If you have never used the Lifecycle Controller on this server, you will need to visit the "Settings" to configure networking in the Lifecycle Controller to allow it to download updates from Dell. On the left-side locate "Settings" and select it.
Choose settings on the left
On the right-side, locate and select "Network Settings"
Network settings
There are many possible ways to configure networking from the Lifecycle Controller. The most common network configuration for this is for you to choose "LAN1" and "Static" IP assignment, and then specify the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway you use on your running MAG on LAN1. Then specify a DNS Server of 8.8.8.8
Configure IP settings
Locate and select "Finish," and it should attempt to save the network settings and check DNS and for access to remote dell servers.
Complete IP configuration
This is what you may see while the Lifecycle Controller is testing your network settings.
Please Wait
If your network settings do not work, or fail to work with DNS or FTP/HTTP, you may see an error like this. You can then go back to earlier steps and change your network settings until it works. Once it works, move on to the next step.
Re-Check IP configuration
When it passes the internal testing, you should see something like this.
Settings Complete
Now that you have a working network config, locate "Firmware Update" and choose it.
(Here you have one of two choices: the "upgrade" or "rollback")
In this case, the "better" choice (if it works) is to upgrade firmware.  We will want to upgrade BIOS and iDRAC and "BP*" (backplane) and Lifecycle Controller firmware upgrade (if available) all in the same session. Frequently, each has cross-dependence, so they should be upgraded together.

If "upgrade" does not help us resolve the issue, then a "rollback" may be a better choice to try first, and then after "rollback" to a base, upgrade to latest may work.

Even if there is no newer firmware for the iDRAC, select to upgrade the iDRAC firmware to the same version to re-install it, just in case the last upgrade didn't quite work.
Firmware update on the left
Choose "FTP" as the source for updates.
Dell's Lifecycle controller claims to perform at-rest validation that the updates they download via FTP are actually signed by dell.com to confirm they are genuine updates from Dell.

Use FTP to download Firmware
Use "ftp.dell.com" or IP address 143.166.146.76
Address: 143.166.146.76
Username: anonymous
Password: [email protected]
If you need a proxy, then choose that checkbox and fill-out settings for your proxy.

FTP Configuration DRAC/iDRAC
Assuming it works, this may take a few minutes...
Downloading Firmware
Now you should see a list of firmware upgrades available. Select the updates you want.
First-pass, de-select all, and if updates are available for "BIOS" , "Lifecycle Controller" (sometimes this is bundled with DRAC/iDRAC updates), "BP*" (backplane, if available) and "iDRAC" then select all of these for updates. (Frequently, these are interdependent on version, and need to be upgraded "together".)

DANGER: De-select updates for "PSU" or "Power Supply Unit" do NOT update the power supply.
Available firmware updates
After you have selected all of the updates you want to include, click "Apply"/"Next" and it should begin the upgrade process.  The upgrade process should show you how many updates are left, which upgrade is happening, and timers with max-time-to-run indication.  Once the upgrades are complete, it may reboot back to the Lifecycle Controller. You can try updates again, to see if there are any other updates, or you can exit the Lifecycle Controller to reboot and see if the POST error on boot for DRAC is gone.

If upgrade(s) worked, finish/exit the lifecycle controller, and the server should reboot now allowing you to check and see if the POST error on boot for DRAC/iDRAC is gone. Whether it is gone or not, you can return back to the Lifecycle Controller and upgrade the firmware on any other devices that appear to have updates available.
If upgrade FAILED, (or failed to address the iDRAC POST error) we might be able to rollback firmware, and then re-try the firmware upgrades.
This next section is for "rollback" if and only if it is needed.
Boot/Reboot and press "F10" to choose to boot to "Lifecycle Controller"
F10 On Boot
This may take a few minutes to boot...
Please Wait
If there is no iDRAC upgrade, or forcing upgrade to same version installed does not address the POST error on boot from iDRAC, we can try to "rollback" the "BIOS" , "iDRAC" and if available "Lifecycle Controller" at the same time. Only choose "Rollback" if the upgrade did not help.
Rollback Firmware
It may take a few minutes to load this...
Please Wait
De-select all, At a minimum, if available for "rollback" you will want to select "BIOS" and "Lifecycle Controller" and "iDRAC" and maybe "BP*" (backplane) firmware. Sometimes the "Lifecycle Controller" is pre-bundled with "iDRAC" and "BP*" may not be available for downgrade.

Down-grading or upgrading these 3 or 4 items together gives us the best chance for successfully working as we desire.
Deselect everything
After those changes have been applied, finish/exit from the Lifecycle Controller.

If rollback worked, reboot and then re-visit "Lifecycle Controller" and re-try the upgrade process described at the top of this page.
Sours: https://edgewave.secure.force.com/support/articles/How_To/Upgrade-Dell-iDRAC-DRAC-firmware-on-an-appliance
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