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1 reply Latest Post - ‏2012-11-21T10:51:02Z by nkhan
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Pinned topic Not Accessing Any Canister Through MGmt ip

‏2012-11-14T11:27:16Z |
Hi everyone,

does anyone knows about how to reset V 7000 factory standard without using Init.exe usb key,cause we could not find any clue to enter V 7000 GUI.
Below mentioned are detail. for your assistance please see the attached logs i.e collect through service ip 192.168.70.121

Node ID:
Node Name:
Node Status: Service
Part Identity: 11S00L4575YG50CG23KYHN
Node FRU: 00L4579
Configuration Node: No
Model: 100
System:
System Software Build:
Software Version: 6.3.0.2
Software Build: 54.7.1203230000
Console IP:
Has File Module Key: no
Fibre Channel Ports
ID Status Speed WWPN Type
1 Active N/A 500507680210c9d8 N/A
2 Active N/A 500507680220c9d8 N/A
3 Inactive N/A 500507680230c9d8 N/A
4 Inactive N/A 500507680240c9d8 N/A
Ethernet Ports
ID Status Speed MAC Address
1 Link Online 1Gb/s - Full e4:1f:13:75:ce:fc
2 Not Configured - e4:1f:13:75:ce:fb
Canister Location: 1
Enclosure ID: 11S85Y6051YG50CG23KGTN
Machine Type and Model: 2076-124
Detected Hardware Same as Configured: No
Detected Hardware Valid: Yes
Serial Number: 78N1VNK
PSUs
ID Status
1 Active
2 Active
Batteries
Estimated Start Time: 0
Battery Charge: 100
ID Status
1 Active
2 Active
Location Configured Detected Valid
Memory N/A 8 GB 8 GB Yes
CPUs 1 4 core Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU C3539 @ 2.13GHz 4 core Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU C3539 @ 2.13GHz Yes
Adapters 0 Four port 8Gb/s FC adapter Four port 8Gb/s FC adapter Yes
0 1Gb/s Ethernet adapter 1Gb/s Ethernet adapter Yes
0 1Gb/s Ethernet adapter 1Gb/s Ethernet adapter Yes
0 High Speed SAS adapter High Speed SAS adapter Yes
0 Midplane bus adapter Midplane bus adapter Yes
System Address
IPv4 IPv6
Port: 1 1
IP Address:
Gateway:
Subnet Mask / Prefix:
System Address
IPv4 IPv6
Port: 2 2
IP Address:
Gateway:
Subnet Mask / Prefix:
Service Address
IPv4 IPv6
Port: 1 1
IP Address: 192.168.70.121
Gateway: 192.168.70.1
Subnet Mask / Prefix: 255.255.255.0
regards,

nkhan
Updated on 2012-11-21T10:51:02Z at 2012-11-21T10:51:02Z by nkhan
  • nkhan
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    Re: Not Accessing Any Canister Through MGmt ip

    ‏2012-11-21T10:51:02Z  in response to nkhan
    I got my answer. it would help out someone else who face same problem.

    Go through service ip i.e 192.168.70.121

    1. Start the service assistant on one of the node.
    2. Use the service assistant node action to hold the node in service state.
    3. Use the Manage System option to remove the system data from the node.
    4. Perform the previous steps on the second node canister in the enclosure and then on every node in every other enclosure in the system.
    5. On one node in every enclosure, open the service assistant Configure Enclosure and select the Reset System ID option .

    This action cause the system to reset.

    6. Power each enclosure off and on before creating a system.