2012-06-04 11:42 AM
I have a vFiler that I want to change network to a new vLan. The vFiler is used for homedirectory and common files, what happeds to the file right if I change network. Do I have to reconnect the vFiler to the domain? Can I change the network settings from GUI(System Manager) or is´t CLI only?
2012-06-04 12:50 PM
Cli only for now. Use vFiler add -i to add the ip you want to the vFiler. Then ifconfig the interface to that ip and it will bind to the vFiler. If needed add the interface to the Ipspace first.
If you don't need he old ip, ifconfig the interface 0.0.0.0 down then vFiler remove -i
You then likely need to delete and add the default route to he new network.
If the domain controller is on the other network no need to setup cifs again. Users just reconnect.
2012-06-04 01:07 PM
Add the new ip first. You can't go without an ip. So need at least one configured at a time. So usually add the new ten remove the old unless another ip is on the vFiler.
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2012-06-08 06:53 AM
A lot of tech. people starting to get worried about adding a secondry vLan and remove the old vLan. Is there a problem with the Actie Directory rights to files on CIFS share on the vFiler. Will it have any impact on that?