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To configure your production interface:

  1. Log in to the System Console.

    For more information, see Logging in to the System Console of Your Server and Changing the Default Password.

  2. Enter 2 to select Production Interface.

  3. Press the Tab key to highlight OK.

  4. Press the Enter key.

    The Production Interface menu displays.

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  5. If you want to Configure an IPv4 interface:
    • Press the Up or Down arrow keys to select IPv4 Configuration.

    • Press the Tab key to highlight OK.

    • Press the Enter key.

      The IPv4 Production Interface screen displays.

    • Configure your IPv4 Production Interface using one of the following options:
      • Select MANUAL which turns off IPv4 on the Production Interface (disabling the interface).
      • Select STATIC to provide a new IPv4 address, subnet mask, gateway, and up to three DNS server addresses (separated by spaces).
      • Select DHCP to provide IPv4 static routes.

        DHCP values take priority over search domain, DNS servers, NTP servers, and Network MTU.



  6. If you want to Configure IPv4 static routes on your production interface:
    • Press the Up or Down arrow keys to select IPv4 Static Routes.

    • Press the Tab key to highlight OK.

    • Press the Enter key.

      The IPv4 Static Routes screen displays.

    • Configure your IPv4 Static Routes using one of the following options:
      • Select A to add a static route.
      • Provide your new network and network prefix in CIDR notation and your network gateway to add your IPv4 static route.
      • Select R to remove a static route.

  7. If you want to Configure an IPv6 interface:
    • Press the Up or Down arrow keys to select IPv6 Configuration.

    • Press the Tab key to highlight OK.

    • Press the Enter key.

      The IPv6 Production Interface screen displays.

    • Configure your IPv6 Production Interface using one of the following options:
      • Select MANUAL which turns off IPv6 on the Production Interface (disabling the interface).
      • Select STATIC to provide a new IPv6 address, prefix, gateway, and up to three DNS server addresses (separated by spaces).
      • Select DHCP to enable IPv6 dynamic configuration.

        DHCP values take priority over search domain, DNS servers, NTP servers, and Network MTU.



      • Select AUTO to enable IPv6 automatic configuration.

  8. If you want to configure Maximum Transmission Unit or Auto Negotiation on your production interface:
    • Press the Up or Down arrow keys to select Interface Configuration.

    • Press the Tab key to highlight OK.

    • Press the Enter key.

      The Production Interface menu displays.

    • Configure your Production Interface using one of the following options:
      • Select Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU).
      • Select Auto Negotiation.

  9. Reboot your server to apply your changes.

    For more information, see Rebooting Your Server.
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