Netapp Ontap Simulator 8 Cluster mode image

Posted on 2011-10-14
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
Dear All,

I installed Netapp Ontap Simulator 8 Cluster mode image on vmware workstation 8 with default setting as per document which comes with it. I then used following command:

cluster create -clustername cmode -license JWFJEXMWZWYQSD -ipaddr1 -netmask -mtu 1500 -ipaddr2 -mgmt-ip -mgmt-netmask -mgmt-gateway

How can i access the GUI. What command i have to issue to enable it.


Question by:harinderkohli
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    Accepted Solution

    You can get into filer view by going to http://ip address.  You can also download Netapp System Manager and access it that way.

    Author Comment

    Hi Paul,

    Filer View is not available for Cluster Mode.


    Author Closing Comment

    Filer View is not available for Cluster Mode
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    Expert Comment

    Also of note, starting in Ontap 8.0.03 Filerview is no longer available.  Oncommand system manager has replaced Netapp system manager and filerview.

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