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Oracle® Fusion Middleware High Availability Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10106-20
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C Whole Server Migration for Windows

This appendix describes the procedure to enable a virtual IP address for Windows XP systems.

C.1 Using Windows Control Panel

This procedure assumes the system is Windows XP, configured for static IP addresses.

  1. Go to Control Panel.

  2. Select Network and Internet Connections.

  3. Select Network Connections then select Local Area Connection.

  4. Choose Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) and click the Properties button.

  5. In the next window, click Advanced at the bottom of the dialog.

  6. Click Add next to the IP addresses to add an IP address with a corresponding sub-net mask. (Available only if the system is configured for static IPs.)

C.2 Using the netsh Command Line

The command line method is to use netsh. For example:

netsh interface ip show address <interface>
netsh interface ip add address <interface> <address> <netmask>
netsh interface ip delete address <interface> addr=<address> 

The following commands are available:

Table C-1 Application URLs

Application URL

?

Displays a list of commands.

add

Adds a configuration entry to a table

delete

Deletes a configuration entry from a table.

dump

Displays a configuration script.

help

Displays a list of commands.

ip

Changes to the `netsh interface ip' context.

ipv6

Changes to the `netsh interface ipv6' context.

portproxy

Changes to the `netsh interface portproxy' context.

reset

Resets information.

set

Sets configuration information

show

Displays information.


The following sub-contexts are available:

ip ipv6 portproxy

To view Help for a command, type the command followed by a space, and then ?.