You can reconfigure the Internal Network or the Internal Network Adapter by editing the settings in the Data Director UI. You can change Internal Network and Internal Network Adapter settings only when all database virtual machines are powered down.

Review the information about network settings in Data Director in the vFabric Data Director Installation Guide.

1

Log in to vSphere Client as an administrator and power down all the database virtual machines (DBVMs).

2

Log in to Data Director as a system administrator.

3

Click the System tab, and select Administration.

4

Click the Network Setup tab, and click Edit Network Setup.

5

Click Next to skip vCenter Network setup.

6

To reconfigure the Internal Network mapping, select the appropriate network mapping in the Internal Network drop-down menu, and click Next.

7

To enable or disable DHCP or Static IP addressing for the network, click Edit next to the network name.

a

Toggle the DHCP check box to enable or disable DHCP.

b

Toggle the Static IP check box to enable or disable static IP.

c

If Static IP is enabled, enter the netmask in the Netmask text box.

d

Click OK.

8

(Optional) If you are not reconfiguring the Management Server - Internal Network Adapter, click Finish, or modify the adapter settings.

a

Toggle the DHCP check box to enable or disable DHCP.

b

Toggle the Static IP check box to enable or disable static IP.

c

If you select Static IP, enter the IP address and FQDN.

9

Click Finish to commit your changes.

10

Log in to vSphere Client as an administrator, power on the DBVMs, and verify the network settings.

a

Right-click the DB Name Server virtual machine, and select Edit Settings.

b

Click Network Adapter 2.

The Network Adapter 2 Network label should match the change you made in the Data Director Network Setup tab.