The Configure Network task enables you to configure network settings for Oracle System Assistant. Perform this task to ensure that Oracle System Assistant can access the most up-to-date tools and drivers during initial server installation and setup.
Note - You must configure the network settings before you can use the Get Updates task in Oracle System Assistant.
Before you begin, obtain your system's network information, such as a name server or a static IP, as required.
The Configure Network screen appears.
The drop-down list identifies the devices that are visible to the server.
Disabled – Do not allow network access for this device.
DHCP – Automatically assign an IP address to the server using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). When this option is selected, you can choose the Auto DNS via DHCP option to automatically assign the Name Server IP address and Search Domain. If you do not choose the Auto DNS via DHCP option, you must also provide the following information:
Name Server IP address
(Optional) Search Domain
Static – Assign a fixed IP address to the server. You must provide the following information:
Server IP address
HTTP Proxy Configuration – Select this option if you want to use a proxy server. You must provide the following information:
The system prompts for confirmation to apply the network settings.