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Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

Hello,

 

I want to know how can I change an IP of my netapp controllers?.

We have on this range of IP: 192.168.6.x and this will be 192.168.8.x

It's disrupting this configuration?

 

Regards,

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Re: Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

Hi,

 

FAS 3240, 7 mode or cluster mode?

7-mode can be done via "ifconfig" command, edit the entry in /etc/rc and source /etc/rc

Cluster mode, you can use "network interface modify" commands.

 

Network IP modification has to be a planned change. 

Re: Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

Hello @DJ-Potsdam,

How can I check if I have Cluster mode on my Storage of if is 7 mode?.

 

Regards,

Re: Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

Hi,

 

Easisest way is when you login in do you see storage::> (cluster mode) or storage> (7 mode) prompt?

Type in version command too please

Re: Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

Helo @DJ-Potsdam,

 

I have a OnCommand System Manager and I added the 2 controller using snmp protocol.

I logged into in one of them an type "version" command.

 

Here is the output:

 

ctrlnetapp1> version
NetApp Release 8.1.3 7-Mode: Sat Jun 8 08:11:51 PDT 2013
ctrlnetapp1> date
Fri Oct 5 10:03:54 AST 2018
ctrlnetapp1>

 

Let me know the procedure to follow to do this task. Also, it is disruptive?.

Regards,

Re: Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

I have my configuration on an HA mode, and the interface e0M on each controller, that is the interface that I want to change the IP address.

 

How can I backup config files on command prompt?, any bash interpreter that I can install into it?, how can I see the content of files and how can I change from one directory to other?.

 

Regards,

Re: Network Configuration on NetApp FAS3240

Hi,

 

Looks like you have a 7-Mode system.

The config backup procedure is explained here:

 https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1368862/html/GUID-B27A5B8F-3A30-47CF-8EE5-979310993BDB.html

 

If its only the e0M IP you need to change it via command line or oncommand system manager. 

The e0M management port and RLM/SP/BMC network port are connected to an internal switch on the controller. One port from the switch is wired to the wrench RJ45. With this configuration, both of these management ports need to be on the same subnet.

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