SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere 4.9

Modify the network settings


You can modify the network settings that are configured in SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere. These settings are used by the plug-in to access vCenter.

Before you begin

You must know the IP address and the log on credentials for the SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere management GUI. You must also note down the MFA token generated from the maintenance console.

  • The IP address was displayed when the SnapCenter VMware plug-in was deployed.

  • Use the log in credentials provided during the deployment of the SnapCenter VMware plug-in or as later modified.

  • Generate a 6-digit MFA token using the maintenance console System Configuration options.

  1. Log in to the SnapCenter VMware plug-in management GUI.

  2. Click the Settings icon in the top toolbar.

    SnapCenter VMware plug-in management GUI

  3. On the Settings page, in the Network Settings section, click IPv4 or IPv6, and then click Edit.

    Enter the new information and click Save.

  4. If you are removing a network setting, do the following:

    • IPv4: In the IP Address field, enter and then click Save.

    • IPv6: In the IP Address field: enter : :0 and then click Save.

Note If you are using both IPv4 and IPv6, you cannot remove both network settings. The remaining network must specify the DNS Servers and Search Domains fields.