четверг, 23 апреля 2020 г.

I have published my script here:
https://github.com/Ashark/supermicro-oob-activate/blob/master/supermicro-oob-activate

But just in case of DMCA takedown, I will publish the code here as a backup:
#!/bin/bash
# supermicro-oob-activate
#
# This script will autogenerate and activate a SFT-OOB-LIC key for your SuperMicro server,
# so you can perform out-of-band bios update with supermicro-update-manager.

# You should get a BMC mac. You can go to the ipmi web page, but it is inconvenient, because you want to make all things in place via your terminal.
# supermicro-update-manager has a function CheckAssetInfo, which will show you the IPMI mac. But unfortunately, you need OOB node product key to be
# already activated for using this function. However, there is another way how you can get it - via ipmitool.

IPMI_HOST=$1
IPMI_USER="ADMIN"
IPMI_PASSWORD_FILE="$HOME/.private/ipmi-pw.txt"

BMC_MAC=$(ipmitool -I lanplus -H $IPMI_HOST -U $IPMI_USER -f $IPMI_PASSWORD_FILE lan print | grep "MAC Address" | sed "s/MAC Address             : //")
# -I lanplus is required for some motherboards. See https://www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=23196

LIC_KEY=$(echo -n $BMC_MAC | xxd -r -p | openssl dgst -sha1 -mac HMAC -macopt hexkey:8544E3B47ECA58F9583043F8 | awk '{print $2}' | cut -c 1-24  | fold -w4 | paste -sd'-' -)

# echo Checking licence keys before setting licence key:
# supermicro-update-manager --no_banner -i $IPMI_HOST -u $IPMI_USER -f $IPMI_PASSWORD_FILE -c QueryProductKey
echo Setting licence key:
supermicro-update-manager --no_banner -i $IPMI_HOST -u $IPMI_USER -f $IPMI_PASSWORD_FILE -c ActivateProductKey --key $LIC_KEY
# echo Checking licence keys after setting licence key:
# supermicro-update-manager --no_banner -i $IPMI_HOST -u $IPMI_USER -f $IPMI_PASSWORD_FILE -c QueryProductKey


# Usage:
# $ ./supermicro-oob-activate ipmi.yourdomain.com
# Checking licence keys before setting licence key:
# Number of product keys: 0
# Setting licence key:
# Node product key (OOB) is activated for ipmi.yourdomain.com.
# Checking licence keys after setting licence key:
# [0] OOB
# Number of product keys: 1

# Legality:
# This is not explicitly allowed by SuperMicro, but in reality, nobody cares, because nowadays REDFISH allows much of the functionality of SuperMicro update manager for free,
# (including bios update). This thing is only useful for the old generation of servers without REDFISH.
# The algorithm was kindly provided by white hat hacker Peter Kleissner.
# See this if you are interested: https://peterkleissner.com/2018/05/27/reverse-engineering-supermicro-ipmi/

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