How to Manually Create a VLAN with VERDE (rpms)
Product Line: VERDE
Currently, if a customer wants VLANx for their users. They must implement them manually. There's a command built into Centos: nmtui
Verde servers on VLAN - guest images getting Server IP address
PCs on 10.xxx IT in VLAN, Probation in VLAN
Verde server: 192.168.1.50
#nmtui - Part of CentOS Minimum
Enabling VLAN in the VERDE 8.x environment
Produce Line: VERDE Steps for Existing Customers: Customer should switch all the nodes in their VERDE cluster to Linux Native Networking and install verde-brctl script in all the nodes. Full instructions are located at the following link: ...
VLAN Prep Steps - Enable Linux Networking and Installing verde-brctl
Product Line: VERDE The following steps need to be implemented before enabling VLAN. Switching VERDE Node from Openvswitch to Linux Native: Disable openvswitch and enable “Standard Linux Network Configuration” (verde-menu -> 1 Network Configuration ...
How to Upgrade VERDE/VERDEOS 8.1 and Above to 8.2 and Above Using RPMs
Product Line: VERDE To upgrade VERDE/VERDEOS 8.1 and above to 8.2 and Above using RPMs, Ensure all sessions are shutdown Ensure all gold images are checked in Stop the VERDE services (VERDEOS service VERDE stop... RPMs /usr/lib/verde/bin/rc.verde ...
How to Implement VLANs on VERDE (rpm)
Product Line: VERDE As of this writing, a script has been developed to create the required NIC interface files and the appropriate configuration in support of VLANs. The target VLAN should be available and recognized on your switch. You will need ...
Adding VLANs to VERDE (rpm) networking.
Product Line: VERDE In order to implement VLANs, the customer's switch needs to be set up first to support the needed IP ranges. Once that's completed, perform the following for each VLAN: On the VERDE server, I do an ifconfig. It shows that VERDE ...