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FusionStorage V100R006C30 File Storage Service Software Installation Guide 02

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Configuring an IP Address for the Mgmt Port of a V5 Node

Configuring an IP Address for the Mgmt Port of a V5 Node

Prerequisites

You have installed ipmitool 1.8.14 or later, which is required when you configure IPv6 addresses using commands.

Procedure

  • To configure an IPv4 address, perform the following steps:
    1. Based on the live network environment, log in to a storage node by referring to the corresponding content for logging in to the corresponding node in the appendix of this document.
    2. Run ipmitool lan set 1 ipaddr xx.xx.xx.xx to set the IP address.
    3. Run ipmitool lan set 1 netmask xx.xx.xx.xx to set the subnet netmask.
    4. Run ipmitool lan set 1 defgw ipaddr xx.xx.xx.xx to set a default gateway.
    5. Run ipmitool lan print 1 to view the network settings.

      If you cannot access the Mgmt network, run the ipmitool bmc reset cold command to restart the Mgmt network service.

  • To configure an IP address in BIOS mode, perform the following steps:
    1. Based on the live network environment, log in to a storage node by referring to the corresponding content for logging in to the corresponding node in the appendix of this document.
    2. Run the reboot command.
    3. During the restart process, if information similar to that in Figure 8-4 is displayed, press Delete. The BIOS screen is displayed.

      NOTE:

      The BIOS startup page appears soon after the figure as shown in Figure 8-5. Pay attention to the BIOS startup page because it appears for a short time.

      If you miss the BIOS startup page, click the Power Management icon (the third one from left to right) in the tool bar, and choose Forced System Reset. The Select an Option dialog box is displayed. Click Yes to restart the node.

      Figure 8-3  System restart prompt
      Figure 8-4  Starting BIOS

    4. Enter the BIOS password (default password: Admin@9000) and press Enter. A message prompting you to modify your password is displayed. Press Enter.

      NOTE:
      • If you type an incorrect password three times, the system locks your account. In this case, you can click the Power Management icon, and choose Forced System Reset to restart the system.

      • For security purposes, you are advised to change the default password at your first login.

      • Do not use F9 to restore the BIOS default settings and not enable the NUMA function in the BIOS.

    5. Choose Advanced > IPMI iBMC Configuration, as shown in Figure 8-5.

      Figure 8-5  Selecting a path

    6. Press the up or down arrow key to find iBMC Configuration and press Enter, as shown in Figure 8-6.

      Figure 8-6   Entering the configuration page

    7. On the page shown in Figure 8-7, press the up or down arrow key to locate the parameter and press Enter. On the displayed page, enter the parameter value, press Enter, and click OK.

      Configure the BMC IP address, subnet mask, and gateway in sequence.

      Figure 8-7  Configuring BMC IP Addresses

    8. Press F10 and select yes to save configurations and exit the BIOS setting page.
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Updated: 2019-04-08

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