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bunty.....
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reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console

is there any way to reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console?

please suggest me the steps.

thanks
bunty


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Geoff Wild
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Re: reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console

Which interface? lan0 or do you mean the MP?

If you mean the MP - then yes, from the Command Menu, CM, type HE to get a list of commands...LC to configure Lan Cards.

Rgds...Geoff

Proverbs 3:5,6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make all your paths straight.
Patrick Wallek
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Re: reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console

Which interfaces IP address? If you are talking about the regular NIC in the machine, then no those can not be accessed via the MP.

The only LAN interface the MP can access is its own.
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bunty.....
Frequent Advisor

Re: reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console

I need to configure lan0.
Geoff Wild
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Re: reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console

Only way from MP - is to access the console CO, then login locally as root.

Then either manually re-configure lan0 or use sam.

Rgds...Geoff
Proverbs 3:5,6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make all your paths straight.
Mohanasundaram_1
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Re: reset the interface’s IP address from the MP console

HI Bunty,

If you are planning to change the IP address of lan0, one of the possible 2 ways is to connect to MP via LAN and then go to console.

From there, modify the IP address of LAN0. the other possible way is to access the local console (Through dumb terminal or laptop) and perform the same action.

Doing so will not disconnect your session, but will disconnect users who have already logged-in through telnet or rlogin.

In your first post you are asking about "reset". If you want to reset the LAN0, then the above reply is still applicable.

Hope this helps.

With regards,
Mohan.

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