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I have replaced the controller,NIC, and the Cable. I have Led lights that are soild green. The IP address is not factory default through the DHCP, running out of options any suggestions?
Solid green lights usually mean no activity. Have you checked the Network Card properties and made sure you are using DHCP? Are you plugging into a switch? Is the switch on the same network as your DHCP server? Have you tried different ports on the switch? Also, is the duplex set appropiately?
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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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