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Our data center had an outage, it took 2 hours before power was up. The IBM DS4300 (SAN) might have booted up first before DCHP and switches. The SAN has a static IP but I am not able to open Management Interface. Any suggestions?
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Connect to the serial console using a null modem cable.  After logging in, type "netCfgShow" to see the current network configuration.  netCfgSet is used to change the configuration if necessary.  More details available at http://user-techdocs.blogspot.com/2010/03/how-to-connect-to-ds4000-system-using.html

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Great ! thanks!
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