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How to change IP address on VM within Citrix XenCenter

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Hi Guys,

I just upgraded our Citrix CAG to V5.03 and took a snapshot before and after.

What I realised though is that after updating to V5.03 the IP of the CAG is now 10.20.30.40.

I cannot find where I can modify this to my desired IP. Can someone please point me in the right direction.

I have added a Virtual Network interface as per the other VM's in this environment but can't seem to change the IP so that it is correct.

I have attached a screenshot as well for reference.

 XenCenter Screenshot showing current CAG Network Config
This other screenshot is what I saw on the console that has me stumped, the bit just after login: .... net eth0....
 
CAG Console Comment

All help is much appreciated.

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Have a look at this:
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/access-gateway-vpx/agse-vpx-configure-basic-settings-xencenter-50-tsk.html

You should be able to go into Express Setup and change the IP.
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