Network settings details from the per-node UI

You can change the storage node network settings to give the node a new set of network attributes.

You can see the network settings for a storage node on the Network Settings page when you log in to the node (https://<node IP>:442/hcc/node/network-settings). You can select either Bond1G (management) or Bond10G (storage) settings. The following list describes the settings that you can modify when a storage node is in Available, Pending, or Active state:

Note: If you are running a SolidFire Enterprise SDS cluster, most networking settings in the per-node UI cannot be modified after node deployment.
The method used to configure the interface. Possible methods:
  • loopback: Used to define the IPv4 loopback interface.
  • manual: Used to define interfaces for which no configuration is done by default.
  • dhcp: Used to obtain an IP address via DHCP.
  • static: Used to define Ethernet interfaces with statically allocated IPv4 addresses.
Link Speed
The speed negotiated by the virtual NIC.
IPv4 Address
The IPv4 address for the eth0 network.
IPv4 Subnet Mask
Address subdivisions of the IPv4 network.
IPv4 Gateway Address
Router network address to send packets out of the local network.
IPv6 Address
The IPv6 address for the eth0 network.
IPv6 Gateway Address
Router network address to send packets out of the local network.
Largest packet size that a network protocol can transmit. Must be greater than or equal to 1500. If you add a second storage NIC, the value should be 9000.
DNS Servers
Network interface used for cluster communication.
Search Domains
Search for additional MAC addresses available to the system.
Bond Mode

Can be one of the following modes:

  • ActivePassive (default)
  • ALB
  • LACP
Possible values:
  • UpAndRunning
  • Down
  • Up
Virtual Network Tag
Tag assigned when the virtual network was created.
Static routes to specific hosts or networks via the associated interface the routes are configured to use.