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Configure the SP/BMC network manually

If you do not have automatic network configuration set up for the SP, you must manually configure a node’s SP network for the SP to be accessible by using an IP address.

What you’ll need

If you want to use IPv6 connections for the SP, IPv6 must already be configured and enabled for ONTAP. The network options ipv6 commands manage IPv6 settings for ONTAP.

This task applies to both the SP and the BMC.

You can configure the SP to use IPv4, IPv6, or both. The SP IPv4 configuration supports static and DHCP addressing, and the SP IPv6 configuration supports static addressing only.

If the SP automatic network configuration has been set up, you do not need to manually configure the SP network for individual nodes, and the system service-processor network modify command allows you to only enable or disable the SP network interface.

  1. Configure the SP network for a node by using the system service-processor network modify command.

    • The -address-family parameter specifies whether the IPv4 or IPv6 configuration of the SP is to be modified.

    • The -enable parameter enables the network interface of the specified IP address family.

    • The -dhcp parameter specifies whether to use the network configuration from the DHCP server or the network address that you provide.

      You can enable DHCP (by setting -dhcp to v4) only if you are using IPv4. You cannot enable DHCP for IPv6 configurations.

    • The -ip-address parameter specifies the public IP address for the SP.

      A warning message appears when you attempt to manually configure the SP network with addresses that are allocated to a subnet. Ignoring the warning and proceeding with the manual address assignment might result in a duplicate address assignment.

    • The -netmask parameter specifies the netmask for the SP (if using IPv4.)

    • The -prefix-length parameter specifies the network prefix-length of the subnet mask for the SP (if using IPv6.)

    • The -gateway parameter specifies the gateway IP address for the SP.

  2. Configure the SP network for the remaining nodes in the cluster by repeating the step 1.

  3. Display the SP network configuration and verify the SP setup status by using the system service-processor network show command with the –instance or –field setup-status parameters.

    The SP setup status for a node can be one of the following:

    • not-setup — Not configured

    • succeeded — Configuration succeeded

    • in-progress — Configuration in progress

    • failed — Configuration failed

Example of configuring the SP network

The following example configures the SP of a node to use IPv4, enables the SP, and displays the SP network configuration to verify the settings:

cluster1::> system service-processor network modify -node local
-address-family IPv4 -enable true -ip-address
-netmask -gateway

cluster1::> system service-processor network show -instance -node local

                               Node: node1
                       Address Type: IPv4
                  Interface Enabled: true
                     Type of Device: SP
                             Status: online
                        Link Status: up
                        DHCP Status: none
                         IP Address:
                        MAC Address: ab:cd:ef:fe:ed:02
       Prefix Length of Subnet Mask: -
         Router Assigned IP Address: -
              Link Local IP Address: -
                 Gateway IP Address:
                  Time Last Updated: Thu Apr 10 17:02:13 UTC 2014
                        Subnet Name: -
Enable IPv6 Router Assigned Address: -
            SP Network Setup Status: succeeded
    SP Network Setup Failure Reason: -

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