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Old 06-17-2016, 11:57 AM   #1
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RH on HP with virtual connect


I installed RHEL 6.7 on HP ProLiant BL460c G7. We are using HP Virtual Connect to point tagged and untagged cables to the different blades installed.

The default installation puts 8 ifcfg-ethx files, and I know the blade has 2 ethernet cards installed.

1. Does it matter which of the ifcfg files I use to put the servers ip address in? Is the config file tied to one of the ports on a blade?

2. In the VC, I can assign cable ports to a network or shared uplink and then assign that to a blade. If I assign 2 networks/sus to a server profile, how does the blade know which ethernet card to use for each network?

So my question is really, how do draw a 'straight' line from the cable to the vc to the blade?

Thanks for any help you can offer.


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