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Controll XSCF from Solaris

Posted on 2012-03-21
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Hi

Two questions:

Does anybody know if it is possible to configure xscf from the OS? Like you can with rscadm for the 490s.

Is it true that XSCF Network for an M5000 does not support DHCP?

Thanks a lot
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You can run the standard command through the DSCP tunnel that you have in your domain with SSH. This tunnel is with the spp0 interface configured

https://blogs.oracle.com/olympus/entry/dscp

For second question, plz refer link below,

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19580-01/819-3887-11/819-3887-11.pdf
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Got it working for the first question.

In your document I can't find DHCP so I assume it does not work with that.
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Perfect! Thanks
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