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UCS-E160S-M3/K9 - getting started - no 'imc ip address' cli?

Hi there all,

Currently exploring our new ISR 4k router.

ISR Software (X86_64_LINUX_IOSD-UNIVERSALK9-M), Version 16.9.5

 

We have installed a UCS-E160S-M3/K9 - server. The purpose is to test the ability of this thing in our network. Dream goal is installing ubuntu with docker and deploy ip sla measurement. So far so good :-)

However:

I followed the Getting Started Guide of Cisco.

https://cdn.cnetcontent.com/8f/a8/8fa82c05-dcfc-4d31-a3b9-ee33a9c93d41.pdf

 

I verified the hardware, enabled the license and I started to give it an IP management address. I understood that it should enable the webinterface.

Then during the 'cli' configuration, I wasn't able to type cli command 'imc ip address <cimc-ip-address> <subnet-mask> default-gateway <cimc-gateway-ip-address>

 

I would guess that it has something to do with the firmware ?...

Any idea?

Thank you

 

Bart

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Solved It myseld:

solution = RTFM

 

https://www.davideaves.com/2016/02/cisco-4000-series-isr-base-ucs-e-configuration/

and used the correct card slot.

I used same experience as with an etherswitch module. Then also apply 'console' to access the webinterface:

(config)#ucse subslot 2/0

(config-ucse)#imc ip address **** /**** default-gateway *****

(config-ucse)#imc access-port shared-lom console

 

good luck. hope this saved you a lot of time!

 

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Solved It myseld:

solution = RTFM

 

https://www.davideaves.com/2016/02/cisco-4000-series-isr-base-ucs-e-configuration/

and used the correct card slot.

I used same experience as with an etherswitch module. Then also apply 'console' to access the webinterface:

(config)#ucse subslot 2/0

(config-ucse)#imc ip address **** /**** default-gateway *****

(config-ucse)#imc access-port shared-lom console

 

good luck. hope this saved you a lot of time!

 

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