Setting up a network when an IP address range is enabled
You can set up a network by enabling an IP address range. The IP address range enables you to enter IP addresses that are in the same netmask range or in the different netmask range.
Enter a range of IP addresses in the IP Address Range field, and then click Apply.
You have a range of IP addresses in the same netmask
Enter the IP address range, and then click Apply. IP addresses are applied to cluster management, node management, and Service Processor management networks sequentially.
You have a range of IP addresses in different netmasks
Enter each IP address range on a separate line, and then click Apply. The first IP address applied to cluster management and other IP addresses are applied to node management and Service Processor management networks sequentially.
After entering the IP address range for cluster management, node management, and Service Processor management, you must not manually modify the IP address values in these fields. You must ensure that all the IP addresses are IPv4 addresses.
Enter the netmask and gateway details.
Select the port for cluster management in the Port field.
If the Port field in the node management is not populated with e0M, enter the port details.
By default, the Port field displays e0M.
For Service Processor management, if you are overriding the default values, ensure that you have entered the mandatory gateway details.
If you have enabled the DNS Details field, enter the DNS server details.
If you have enabled the NTP Details field, enter the NTP server details.
Providing alternative NTP server details is optional.
What to do next
Enter event notifications in the Support page to continue with the cluster setup.