Allocate static IP using a command in boot environment

Summary

The use of GUI in boot environment enables static IP setting, however, depending on the environment, static IP setting may not be correctly configured.
When you get this problem, please use OS command and configure IP setting.

Workaround

Windows PE-based boot environment

1) Launch command prompt

Go to [Utilities] – [Launch command prompt].

2) Check interface name

netsh int ip show conf

3) Use netsh command for IP setting

netsh interface ip set address "<Interface Name>" static <Mask>

Ex.)
netsh interface ip set address "Ethernet0" static 172.16.0.1 255.255.0.0

Linux-based boot environment]

1) Launch Terminal

Go to [Utilities] – [Launch terminal].

2) Check interface name

# ip a 

3) IP Setting

# ip address add <IP>/<Subnet> dev <Interface Name>

Ex.)
# ip address add 192.168.0.10/24 dev ens192

Target Product

– ActiveImage Protector 2018/2022



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