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Create the Default CoprHD Network Configuration File

CoprHD takes its initial network configuration parameters from a file called /etc/ovfenv.properties. Create a blank file after running this command:

bash coprhd-controller/packaging/appliance-images/openSUSE/13.2/CoprHDDevKit/configure.sh installNetworkConfigurationFile

This should allow you to edit a configuration file like below:

Example /etc/ovfenv.properties
network_1_ipaddr6=::0
network_1_ipaddr=x.x.x.x
network_gateway6=::0
network_gateway=x.x.x.x
network_netmask=255.255.255.0
network_prefix_length=64
network_vip6=::0
network_vip=x.x.x.x
node_count=1
node_id=vipr1

Customize CoprHD's Network Configuration

Customize the default settings in /etc/ovfenv.properties as described below.

  1. network_1_ipaddr
    1. this should match the IPv4 address you assigned to your CoprHD host
  2. network_gateway
    1. this should match the IPv4 address of your CoprHD host's gateway
  3. network_netmask
    1. this should match the IPv4 netmask associated with your CoprHD host's subnet
  4. network_vip
    1. this should be another available IPv4 address on the same subnet as network_1_ipaddr. 
    2. It will be used as the virtual IP (vip) address for CoprHD
    3. for a standalone (single node) installation, it is acceptable to use network_1_ipaddr for network_vip
  5. For now the remaining options should remain at their default values
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