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VMware Data Recovery

Is there a method for configuring multiple NICs in VMware Data Recovery? There's a wizard that allows you to configure a single NIC with an IP, however, I have two separate networks that this appliance should communicate with: One is a 192.x.x.x (domain) subnet and the other is the iSCSI backend where all my iSCSI traffic occurs, 172.x.x.x (private). The reason I need the appliance to communicate on both networks is easy - the 192.x.x.x subnet should be used for authentication against LDAP to access and configure the appliance and the 172.x.x.x subnet would be used for iSCSI traffic to its assigned storage volume. If there is a way to do it through the Data Recovery CLI, please assist me with any commands for configuring it as I am NO RedHat/Linux guru.

Thank you :)

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gdrew1Author Commented:
Thanks guys, never mind. I figured out.

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gdrew1Author Commented:
Just in case anyone is needs the answer, all I did was enter the following command in Centos after logging in as root: ifconfig ethx (where "x" is the adapter number) "ip.address" up


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