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How to: add a default gateway to a storage virtual machine

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This is an Ontap 8.3.1 custer.

 

I can't find a way to add the default gateway to a svm - I have the following svm that exists but was set up without a gateway on a shared lif:

 

Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 10.17.21.png'

 

So, several svms share this lif.  For some reason the cifs svm was set up on the same VLAN as the nfs svm. I can ping 10.2.48.101 from outside the subnet but not 10.2.48.101.

 

 

netapp-clr01::network interface> show lif1
            Logical    Status     Network            Current       Current Is
Vserver     Interface  Admin/Oper Address/Mask       Node          Port    Home
----------- ---------- ---------- ------------------ ------------- ------- ----
netapp-cifs01
            lif1         up/up    10.2.48.101/24     netapp-clr01-01
                                                                   a0b     true
netapp-iscsi01
            lif1         up/up    10.2.50.100/24     netapp-clr01-01
                                                                   a0c-226 true
netapp-nfs01
            lif1         up/up    10.2.48.102/24     netapp-clr01-01
                                                                   a0b     true
3 entries were displayed.
netapp-clr01::> network routing-groups show -routing-group d10.2.48.0/24
          Routing
Vserver   Group     Subnet          Role         Metric
--------- --------- --------------- ------------ -------
netapp-cifs01
          d10.2.48.0/24
                    10.2.48.0/24    data              20
netapp-nfs01
          d10.2.48.0/24
                    10.2.48.0/24    data              20
2 entries were displayed.

How do I set up a default gateway for ths nfs svm? Why can I ping the cifs svm and not the nfs svm is they share the same routing group?

 

Solution HERE: https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1610202/html/network/route/create.html