Re: Ignite UX question

 
Rui Medeiros_1
Contributor

Ignite UX question

I tried creating client with IP address, it created directory
/var/opt/ignite/clients/ and also the one with hostname
resolved from DNS i.e. a link /var/opt/ignite/clients/edphp047.domain.com
to HEX directory.
When I tried to backup this IP address client - resolved and DNS name Icon
is created in Ignite GUI - it gave message that "edphp047.domain.com is not
on the same subnet with Ignite-UX."
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Ignite UX question

In order to push an Ignite Image the two machines MUST be on the same subnet.

do an ifconfig lan# (# is the lan number) on the Ignite server.

Check the netmask.

Here is an example.

[3433]# ifconfig lan0
lan0: flags=843
inet 10.1.10.37 netmask ffff0000 broadcast 10.1.255.255


The netmask on the client that you program into the Ignite GUI must be the same as the netmaks on the Ignite Server.

You should be able to change that in the GUI

on the server
instl_adm -T will check the configuration files

instl_adm -d will check the default networkin configutation on the Ignite Server.

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Jean-Guy GROSSE
Advisor

Re: Ignite UX question

Hello,

YOu can use a 'BOOT HELPER'

See :

http://www.software.hp.com/products/IUX/docs/sysadm.html#Chapter-6

Good luck