The display service-ip command is used to query the available service IP address, that is, the IP address of the service network port whichcould connect to the network normally.
If a message indicating that the service IP address already exists is displayed after you run the system-view sys-config security-config service-ip add ip 192.XX.XX.105 command, it indicates that the service IP address already exists in the database. That is, the service IP address has been added before.
The display service-ip cannot find the IP address of the lan2 interface because the lan2 is not properly connected to the network cable. Reconnect the network cable and run the display service-ip command again. Two records are displayed, that is, the lan2 port has been added.
Run the display service-ip command to query the service IP address. The queried IP address is the IP address connected to the network and is set as the service IP address. In other words, the queried service IP address is the available service IP address.