To Obtain a Picture of your VERDE Network Configuration

To Obtain a Picture of your VERDE Network Configuration

Product Line:  VERDE

To obtain a picture of your VERDE server's network configuration, perform the following commands:


cd /usr/lib/verde/bin
./verde-dump-net-config 

#

#    NETWORK0

#

devName      = NETWORK0

devType      = OVS BRIDGE

vendorID     = 10ec

deviceID     = 8168

vendorDesc   = Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.

deviceDesc   = RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller

macAddr      = 00:1f:c6:9f:59:1c

ipAddr       = 192.168.1.59

netmask      = 255.255.255.0

broadcast    = 192.168.1.255

hostVlanList = [0]

mtu          = 1500

interfaces   = ['eth0']

bond         = 

bondingMode  = No Bonding

lacpMode     = not802.3ad

masterIf     = eth0

parentBridge = 

useDHCP      = False

isUp         = True

isPromisc    = 0

isSlave      = False

useAsPubAddr = True

origNICConfig= None

#

#    eth0

#

devName      = eth0

devType      = INTERFACE NIC

vendorID     = 10ec

deviceID     = 8168

vendorDesc   = Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.

deviceDesc   = RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller

macAddr      = 00:1f:c6:9f:59:1c

ipAddr       = 0.0.0.0

netmask      = 255.255.255.0

broadcast    = 0.0.0.0

hostVlanList = []

mtu          = 1500

interfaces   = []

bond         = 

bondingMode  = No Bonding

lacpMode     = not802.3ad

masterIf     = 

parentBridge = NETWORK0

useDHCP      = False

isUp         = True

isPromisc    = 0

isSlave      = False

useAsPubAddr = False

origNICConfig= <VerdeNetDev.VerdeNetDev instance at 0x7f796d16fa70>

#

#    vbinat0

#

devName      = vbinat0

devType      = OVS NAT BRIDGE

vendorID     = 

deviceID     = 

vendorDesc   = 

deviceDesc   = 

macAddr      = 00:00:00:00:00:00

ipAddr       = 192.168.84

netmask      = 255.255.255.0

broadcast    = 0.0.0.0

hostVlanList = []

mtu          = 1500

interfaces   = []

bond         = 

bondingMode  = No Bonding

lacpMode     = not802.3ad

masterIf     = 

parentBridge = 

useDHCP      = False

isUp         = True

isPromisc    = False

isSlave      = False

useAsPubAddr = False

origNICConfig= None

 


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