Celerra and Unisphere
How to use Unisphere to configure network setting for Celerra Data Mover
Follow these steps to configure with Unisphere the logical interface, NIS and DNS and NTP server, and default gateway for a Data Mover. These steps are important because only if done correctly can a NFS and CIFS share can be successfully be made available to clients.
1. Configure physical interface speed/duplex , create Logical interface with parameters (IP address, mask) for Data Mover.
a. In Top navigation bar , click “system” -> select “Network” -> Select “devices” tab.
b. Right-click device name “cge0” for server2 , select “Properties,” set Physical device cge0’s Speed and duplex. Then click OK.
c. Click the “Interface” tab, click “Create,” in pop-up window, select “server2” and “cge0,” enter “device name.” “IP address” and “subnet mask,” and then click OK.
2. Configure the default gateway for the Data Mover
a. In the Network pane, click “Route” tab, and click “Create.”
b. Select the Data Mover (for example, server2), and enter destination “0.0.0.0.”
c. Enter the Gateway‘s IP address
3. Configure the NIS server for the Data Mover
a. Under Network task pane, click “Manage NIS Setting.”
b. Select the Data Mover name that you want to be set.
c. Enter the “NIS Domain Name.”
d. Enter the “NIS IP Address.”
4. Configure the DNS server for the Data Mover
a. Under Network task pane, click “Create DNS Domain.”
b. Select the Data Mover name that you want to set.
c Enter the “DNS Domain Name.”
d. Enter the “DNS IP Address.”
5. Configure NTP server for the Data Mover
a. In the top navigation bar, click “system” -> select “Data Mover” -> Select “server2,” right-click, and select “Properties.”
b. In the pop-up window, enter the NTP server IP address.