Intel's syscfg is the go-to configuration utility for managing the Intel RMM2/3 modules from OS level.
It allows you to reset them in case of issues and gives you nice opportunities in managing your BMC (i.e. setting host name to asset tag should be possible)
Unfortunately it's a 32bit utility and not easily installed.
We installl some dependency packages to make it compile. The first is probably overkill, but it helped. Then we also add the most basic set of libraries in 32bit versions since Intel only delivers a 32bit version of the tool.
Ensure your kernel-devel package has the same version as your running kernel has. Otherwise you need to cycle through yum upgrade and a reboot.
Use ldd to verify you have now installed all dependencies.
Although it still gave some errors it managed to build the smi package now and loaded the library.
After this syscfg should work.
Edit: For me it still only worked in the compile directory. Not sure yet how to fix it
http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/intel_rmm3_userguide_r1_2.pdf (interesting, they state the web ui is brandable)
intel rmm3 syscfg download page (http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18317&ProdId=3068⟨=deu&OSVersion=Red%20Hat*%20Linux&DownloadType=%0AUtilities%2C%20Tools%20und%20Beispiele%0A)