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IPMI changes

If an IPMI change is made through the CIMC (a USC C200 in this case), does this require a reboot for the changes to apply?  Or are the changes done on the fly?  For example, I would like to disable "Use DHCP" under Network/IPv4 Properties.

Thanks.

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IPMI changes

You can make these changes on the fly.  It will not reboot the host OS.  Going from DHCP to static I don't even believe will cause the CIMC to reboot. Once you apply the setting you will lose connectivity until you reconnect with the new static CIMC IP.

Robert

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IPMI changes

You can make these changes on the fly.  It will not reboot the host OS.  Going from DHCP to static I don't even believe will cause the CIMC to reboot. Once you apply the setting you will lose connectivity until you reconnect with the new static CIMC IP.

Robert

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IPMI changes

Thanks Robert.

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