Before You Begin
Obtain the Oracle ILOM network information, such as DHCP settings and IP addresses.
See Accessing Oracle System Assistant for details.
The Service Processor Configuration screen appears.
The Network Configuration appears.
Select whether the system uses Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or a static IP assignment.
If you selected a static IP assignment, provide the IP address of the SP.
If you selected a static IP assignment, provide the netmask for the SP.
If you selected a static IP assignment, provide the gateway address for the SP.
Click the Enabled check box to enable IPv6 network settings.
When enabled, the IPv6 Stateless autoconfiguration learns the IPv6 address.
When enabled, the DHCPv6 Stateless autoconfiguration learns the DNS and domain information.
When enabled, the DHCPv6 Stateful autoconfiguration learns the IPv6 addresses and DNS information.
When enabled, the None state will only set the Link Local address in Oracle ILOM.
This is the static IP address for the SP.
This is a non-routable address that you can use to connect to the SP from another IPv6 enabled node on the same network.
This is the gateway address for IPv6.
This field is read-only. Oracle System Assistant gets these values from Oracle ILOM.
Some changes are applied immediately. Others cannot be applied until the next boot.