I believe he's thinking of the FSP address, which is function 33 or 31
IIRC... Check the Hardware Infocenter or call IBM - no charge and should
help you relatively quickly.

Assuming you haven't plugged it in to a network with a DHCP server,
these are the default addresses on the ports.  But if the system has
been plugged-in and is on a network with DHCP, it's already grabbed Ips
and you need to do the control panel gig to figure out what they are.
If you plugged a cable in to HMC1 only, then the IP on HMC2 will still
be the default one. <-- default on HMC1 <-- default on HMC2

Justin C. Haase - iSeries System Engineer
IBM Certified Systems Expert - System i
Kingland Systems Corporation

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You specify it yourself, through the CFGTCP menu

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