FAQ- How to Modify the Server IP Address (After Installing NetEco)

Publication Date:  2014-10-29 Views:  510 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
 How to Modify the Server IP Address (After Installing NetEco)
Solution
Prerequisites:
The communication between the PC and the SUSE Linux operating system is normal.

Procedure:

1) Log in to the operating system as user root, right-click the desktop, and choose Open Terminal to open the command-line interface (CLI). Run the following command to restart the server.

2) Run the following command to switch to user ossuser.

# su - ossuser

3) Run the following command to access the folder where the startup script is located.

> cd /opt/neteco/bin

4) Run the following command to stop the NetEco service and return to user root.

> ./shutdown.sh
> exit

5) Shutting Down the MySQL Database,see Shutting Down the MySQL Database.

6) Run the following command on the CLI.

# cd /opt/neteco/tools

7) Run the following command and enter 2, as shown in Figure 1.

# ./modify.sh

Figure 1 Modifying IP address



8) Press Enter. The interface shown in Figure 2 is displayed. Enter the IP address, and enter Y for Are you sure to continue?[Y/N].

Figure 2 Interface for changing the IP address


9) Run the following command on the CLI to restart the operating system.

# shutdown -r now

10) After you restart the operating system, the NetEco service restarts automatically. After the NetEco service finishes restarting, set Trap Target Address for all SNMP devices again.

• If no SNMP device is added after the server IP address is changed, skip 10.
• If an SNMP device is added after the server IP address is changed, set Trap Target Address to be the same as that of the server IP address.

Example: Modify Trap Target Address for the ECC collector, as shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3 The ECC collector trap target address page






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