Question about Dell PowerEdge 4400 Server
At my work we usually get dell servers in and upon startup I'm able to get into the utility by hitting cntrl/E or cntrl/D - with the 4400 I get 2 prompts - one for cntrl/a which is the scsi config or cntrl/m which is the rebuild disk utility. I hneed to set the ip address so our second party vendor can log in and build the server.
The dell PE server should have a PXE boot menu. You probably need to go into PXE menu and configure, or they need to provide a PXE server so the server can boot from PXE automatically.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
First, identify the NIC you wish to change; use:
$ MC LANCP <ret>
> SHOW DEVICE
Next, use the menu driven utility "TCPIP$CONFIG", to set your desired IP address etc:
$ @TCPIP$CONFIG <ret>
Option 1 - core environment
Option 2 - Interfaces (then select your NIC or the IP Addr to change)
Option 2 - add/change a Primary address on *** (where *** is your NIC).
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