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ISE Post Setup IP Address Change (is it possible?)

I've run across an odd problem.  I have a fresh test ISE (on VMware) installation up and running in my lab.  After a few days I realized I needed to alter the IP address of the test ISE.  I've been through the admin guides and forum posts, but there are no instructions on how to edit the ISE's IP address after the initial install has been completed.  

Anyone able to point me to a document that I may have missed?  Or... is this one of those times during the deployment of "version 1.0" of a product that I just need to rebuild from scratch until "version 2.0"?

Many thanks in advance.

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ISE Post Setup IP Address Change (is it possible?)

You have to login to the console, using ssh. Then you'll have a CLI to change the IP address or assign IP addresses to other interfaces. The ISE user guide section has a document describing the commands. Note: after changing the IP address the ISE application is restarted automatically.

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Beginner

ISE Post Setup IP Address Change (is it possible?)

You have to login to the console, using ssh. Then you'll have a CLI to change the IP address or assign IP addresses to other interfaces. The ISE user guide section has a document describing the commands. Note: after changing the IP address the ISE application is restarted automatically.

Beginner

ISE 2.1

ISE 2.1

From the VMWARE console

application stop ise

int g 0

ip add 2.2.2.2 255.255.255.0

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Re: ISE 2.1

This method doesnt seem to work with ISE 2.4.

Cisco Employee

Re: ISE 2.1

I would recommend opening a new thread with an appropriate subject of your issue

Re: ISE 2.1

Hi, for version 2.4 way is:


application stop ise

reset-config

Beginner

Re: ISE 2.4

Did you ever figure out the method on 2.4 to change the IP Address?

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Re: ISE 2.4

I have changed the IP on a standalone ISE 2.4 lab server a few times. Leave the application running when you do it.
int gigabitethernet 0
ip add x.x.x.x 255.255.255.0

If the node is part of a deployment, deregister it first.

The process is covered in the 2.4 admin guide.
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/ise/2-4/install_guide/b_ise_InstallationGuide24/b_ise_InstallationGuide24_chapter_0101.html#ID-1412-00000138