View or Modify an SP IPv4 Address
To view or modify the IPv4 address currently assigned to the SP:
- Log in to Oracle ILOM using one of the following procedures:
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 back in using the new settings.
- To navigate to the /SP/network target, use the cd command.
-> cd /SP/network
- Do one of the following:
- If you have a DHCP server on the network, to view the settings
assigned to the server by the DHCP server, type the following command:
-> show /SP/network
- If there is no DHCP server, or if you want to assign settings,
use the set command to assign values for the properties listed in the
table in Step 4. For example:
-> set /SP/network pendingipdiscovery=static
-> set /SP/network pendingipaddress=198.51.100.26
-> set /SP/network pendingipnetmask=10.255.255.255
-> set /SP/network pendingipgateway=198.51.100.26
-> set /SP/network commitpending=true
Note - If you are logged in to Oracle ILOM using an Ethernet connection, when
you set commitpending to true to commit the changes to the network settings,
your Oracle ILOM connection will be terminated and you will have to log
back in using the new settings.
- If you want to enable sideband management, type the following commands:
-> set /SP/network pendingmanagementport=NETn
Where n equals 0, 1, 2, or 3.
-> set /SP/network/commitpending=true
Note - Ethernet ports NET2 and NET3 are nonfunctional in single-processor systems.
The following table describes the network settings.
The network state is enabled by default.
To enable a static network
configuration, set pendingipdiscovery
By default, pendingipdiscovery is set to dhcp.
By default, pendingmanagementport
is set to the NET MGT port (MGMT
To enable sideband management, set
pendingmanagementport to an available 10-Gigabit Ethernet port. Set pendingmanagementport to NETn, where n represents 3,
2, 1, or 0.
Note - Ethernet ports NET2 and NET3 are nonfunctional in single-processor systems
and, therefore, cannot be used for sideband management.
To assign multiple static
network settings, type the set command followed by the pending command for each property
value (IP address, netmask, and gateway), and then type the static value that
you want to assign.