Your network environment must have a dhcp server. Determine the name of your NIC VERDE is running on? As you can see in the screen shot, mine is eth0.
I put that information “eth0” into the MC/Configuration/General Settings/General Settings/Bridge Interface(s) field as follows:
Once you save this, ensure all the sessions as shutdown and do a: /usr/lib/verde/bin/rc.verde stop
If you have a multi-server cluster, on all the servers that are NOT the CM, do a service VERDE stop (/usr/lib/verde/bin/rc.verde stop). Once the CM is back up (you can access the MC), do a server VERDE start (/usr/lib/verde/bin/rc.verde start) on all the other servers. Once VERDE comes back up, you’ll see a change in your ifconfig. You’ll see eth0 as well as eth0-- . This is the BRDIGE NIC.