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Oracle® Server CLI Tools for Oracle Solaris 11.3 User's Guide

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Updated: April 2018

Modify IPv4 Network Settings

To modify IPv4 settings, use the ilomconfig modify network command. This command modifies IP address, netmask, gateway, DHCP settings, and sideband. When you specify an XML file name, the command modifies information defined in the exported service processor configuration XML file rather than modifying Oracle ILOM.

  • To modify IPv4 network settings, type:

    # ilomconfig modify network [--ipdiscovery=static|dhcp] [--ipaddress=ipaddress] [--netmask=netmask] [--gateway=gateway] [--state=enabled|disabled] [--mgmtport=port] [--xmlfile=filename.xml]

    Network discovery mechanism. Can be either static or DHCP.
    static or dhcp
    Oracle ILOM IP address
    Netmask address
    Gateway address
    Oracle ILOM management port state
    enabled or disabled
    Oracle ILOM management port path
    Modify specified XML file rather than local Oracle ILOM service processor. Must be followed by = and the pathname to the file.