Article Number: 000176998
You must configure the initial network settings based on your network infrastructure to enable communication with the iDRAC7 from your management station.
-Register DRAC on DNS — Select Enabled for the iDRAC7 to automatically register itself with the DNS server, if the DNS server is configured to allow dynamic updates.
-DNS DRAC Name — The default name is idrac-<Dell Service Tag #>. Use the default name or specify a unique name for the iDRAC.
-Auto Config Domain Name — Set this to Enabled if you are using a DCHP server that is configured to provide the domain name.
-Static DNS Domain Name — Specify the domain name, for example test.lab, if Auto Config Domain Name is set to Disabled.
-Enable IPv4 — Set this to Enabled.
-Enable DHCP — Select Enabled if you are using a DHCP server to assign the IP address, gateway, and subnet mask. Else, select Disabled and enter the values for IP Address, Gateway, and Subnet Mask.
-Use DHCP to obtain DNS server addresses — Set this to Enabled if you are using a DHCP server that is configured to provide DNS server addresses. Else, select Disabled and enter the IP addresses for the Static Preferred DNS Server and optionally the Static Alternate DNS Server.
-The front LCD panel on systems that have them.
-Go back to F2 = System Setup, click iDRAC Settings and then click System Summary. Under the Current IPv4 Settings section, view the Current IP Address value.
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21 Feb 2021