Hi, how can I set the management interface IP through the command line? I know I can do it via WebUI but I need to do it using CLI over the serial connection.
Here is a link to a KB that may help.
Here is also a link to Isilon OneFS 8.2.1 CLI Administration Guide
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In my example, mgmt-1 are the 1g NICs.
isi network groupnets list -v
isi network subnets list -v
isi network pools list -v
isi network interfaces list
isi network pools modify groupnet0.subnet0.pool0 --ifaces=1:mgmt-1,2:mgmt-1 --ranges=192.168.1.1-192.168.10
picking up on this discussion.
Thanks @PhiLam your reply was a great help to me when i was facing the same issue
below is what i understand and manage to getting it working for me hope it helps others
isi network subnets create groupnet0.subnet0 ipv4 24isi network pools create groupnet0.subnet0.pool0isi network pools modify groupnet0.subnet0.pool0 192.168.1.50-192.168.1.100isi network subnets modify groupnet0.mgmt_01 --gateway 192.168.1.1isi network pools modify modify groupnet0.subnet0.pool0 --ifaces=1:mgmt-1,2:mgmt-1,3:mgmt-1,4:mgmt-1,5:mgmt-1,6:mgmt-1,7:mgmt-1,8:mgmt-1,9:mgmt-1,10:mgmt-1,11:mgmt-1,12:mgmt-1
!!!!! if you have 12 node you will need to --iface=1:mgmt-1,2:mgmt-1,3:mgmt-1,4:mgmt-1,5:mgmt-1,6:mgmt-1,7:mgmt-1,8:mgmt-1,9:mgmt-1,10:mgmt-1,11:mgmt-1,12:mgmt-1!!!!!!
!!!!! if you want to assign interface mgmt-1 to only some of the node lets say 4 node you will need to --iface=1:mgmt-1,2:mgmt-1,3:mgmt-1,4:mgmt-1!!!!!!
iface mean interface
for range, you can use --iface=1-4:mgmt-1 or --iface=1-12:mgmt1