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How to change IP on Cisco UCS

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I have a Cisco 5108 UCS I am moving to another destination.  It is 10.10.x.x now and will go to 10.110.x.x subnet.
Is it best to change up in GUI before move?
How to do it if I moved first and if I can't get in after move
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Here is a great link for administering the device

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/gui/config/guide/2.0/b_UCSM_GUI_Configuration_Guide_2_0.pdf


I would change the IP address after its moved and on premise, that way you can use it with its current IP address as long as possible, backup config, test new config, etc..  I assume you will physically be at the new site? Otherwise you will need remote console access to the command line to reconfigure?


harbor235 ;}
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how do we access it after the move if it goes from a 10.10.x.x subnet to 10.110.x.x?
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