Typically, DHCP is used to assign IP addresses to the DRAC configurations. Most DHCP servers also let you make static assignments for specific servers. If you want to assign a specific IP address directly in the configuration file, select the static option. However, you should also reserve those IP ranges on your DHCP server to ensure that you won't have conflicts.
You can change the following BIOS settings:
Enter up to 10 characters to identify the asset.
For the first and second embedded NIC cards, you have the following options:
Turn on without PXE
Turn on with PXE
Base Management Controller (BMC) IP Configuration
You have to assign a static IP address manually with this option. Provide the IP, Gateway, and Subnet addresses.
LCD Text (if applicable)
Provide the text to display on your server's screen.
You can enable or disable the power button on your server that controls whether it is on or off. By disabling the power button, no one can physically turn off the server.