To view or modify the IPv6 address currently assigned to the Oracle ILOM SP:
Note - You can also change network settings using the BIOS Setup Utility. For information about the BIOS Setup Utility, refer to the Administration, Setting Up BIOS Configuration Parameters.
Note - If you log in to Oracle ILOM using an Ethernet connection, after you modify the network settings, your connection will be terminated, and you will have to log in again using the new settings.
-> cd /SP/network/ipv6.
For example, see the following sample output values for the IPv6 properties on a server SP device.
-> show /SP/network/ipv6 Targets: Properties: state = enabled autoconfig = stateless dhcpv6_server_duid = (none) link_local_ipaddress = 2001:DB8:n:n static_ipaddress = ::/128 ipgateway = 2001:DB8:n:n pending_static_ipaddress = ::/128 dynamic_ipaddress_1 = 2001:DB8:n:n Commands: cd show set
Note - The IPv6 configuration options listed in the above table take effect after they are set, that is, you do not need to commit these changes under the /network target.
Note - You can enable the stateless auto-configuration option to run at the same time the option for dhcpv6_stateless is enabled or the option for dhcpv6_stateful is enabled. However, the auto-configuration options for dhcpv6_stateless and dhcpv6_stateful should not be enabled to run at the same time.
Note - Assigning a new static IP address to the device will end all active Oracle ILOM sessions to the device. To log in again to Oracle ILOM, you will need to create a new session using the newly assigned IP address.