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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Changing IP Address of an NE

Changing IP Address of an NE

After logging in to an NE through the U2000, you need to change the IP address of the NE according to the actual IP address of the NE to ensure the actual IP address of the NE is the same as the specified IP address.


  • The U2000 is started.
  • The U2000 user can log in to the NE.
  • You must be an NM user with "network maintainer" authority or higher.

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If the U2000 server and gateway NE are not in the same network segment, ensure that the IP routes of the network segments to which the U2000 server and gateway NE belong are configured on the U2000 and related routers.

  • The default IP address of an NE is assigned according to the default NE ID. The default IP address is within the following range: to
  • Generally, do not change the IP address of a non-gateway NE.
  • After the IP address of the NE is set, IP address is not affected when you change the NE ID.


  1. In the Main Topology, select an NE that needs to change its IP address, right-click it, and then choose NE Explorer.
  2. Choose Communication > Communication Parameters in the Function Tree.
  3. In Set NE Communication Parameters, change the IP address of the NE. Click Apply. Click OK twice in the displayed dialog box.


    On the OptiX OSN equipment, the NE ID, extended ID, and IP address can automatically be saved in the backplane. This function is enabled when Automatic DCN Recovery is set to Enabled.

  4. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. Click Close.

Updated: 2019-01-21

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