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Using This Documentation

Chapter 1 Overview

Chapter 2 Working with the API

Chapter 3 Alert Service Commands

Chapter 4 Analytics Services

Chapter 5 Hardware Services

Chapter 6 Log Commands

Chapter 7 Network Commands

Networking Configuration

Network Datalinks

List Network Datalinks

Get Network Datalink

Create Network Datalink

Modify Network Datalink

Delete Network Datalink

Network Devices

List Network Devices

Get Network Device

Network Interfaces

List Network Interfaces

Get Network Interface

Create Network Interface

Modify Network Interface

Delete Network Interface

Network Routes

List Routes

Get Route

Add Route

Delete Route

Chapter 8 Problem Service Commands

Chapter 9 Role Service

Chapter 10 SAN Services

Chapter 11 Service Commands

Chapter 12 Storage Services

Chapter 13 System Commands

Chapter 14 User Service

Chapter 15 Workflow Commands

Chapter 16 RESTful Clients

Networking Configuration

The network configuration features let you create a variety of advanced networking setups out of your physical network ports, including link aggregations, virtual NICs (VNICs), virtual LANs (VLANs), and multipathing groups. You can then define any number of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses for these abstractions, for use in connecting to the various data services on the system.

There are four components to a system's network configuration:

In this model, network devices represent the available hardware - they have no configurable settings. Datalinks are a layer 2 entity, and must be created to apply settings such as LACP to these network devices. Interfaces are a layer 3 entity containing the IP settings, which they make available via a datalink. This model has separated network interface settings into two parts - datalinks for layer 2 settings, and interfaces for layer 3 settings.