Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller 8 (iDRAC8) Version 2.00.00.00 RACADM Command Line Interface Reference Guide

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getniccfg

Description

Displays the current and static NIC settings for iDRAC.

Synopsis
racadm getniccfg
Input
racadm getniccfg 

                                             
                                          
Example
racadm getniccfg

Output

The getniccfg subcommand displays an appropriate error message if the operation is not successful. Otherwise, the output is displayed in the following format:

IPv6 settings:

IPv6 Enabled       = 0
DHCP6 Enabled      = 1
IP Address 1       = ::
Gateway            = ::
Link Local Address = ::
IP Address 2       = ::
IP Address 3       = ::
IP Address 4       = ::
IP Address 5       = ::
IP Address 6       = ::
IP Address 7       = ::
IP Address 8       = ::
IP Address 9       = ::
IP Address 10      = ::
IP Address 11      = ::
IP Address 12      = ::
IP Address 13      = ::
IP Address 14      = ::
IP Address 15      = ::

LOM Status:

NIC Selection   = Dedicated
Link Detected   = Yes
Speed           = 10Mb/s
Duplex Mode     = Half Duplex
Active NIC = Dedicated
                                 Static IPv4 settings:Static IP Address = 192.168.0.120
                                 Static Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
                                 Static Gateway = 192.168.0.1
                                 Static IPv6 settings:Static IP Address 1 = ::
                                 Static Prefix Length = 64Static Gateway = ::
                                 
                              
  • NOTE: IPv6 information is displayed only if IPv6 is enabled in iDRAC.
  • NOTE: LOM Status is displayed only for iDRAC on Rack and Tower servers and is not displayed for iDRAC Enterprise on Blade servers.

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