You should see the card in that list, and It will tell you. Here's an
example of a 2849 with one port:
CMB04 2844 Operational MFIO Processor
LIN03 2849 Operational LAN Adapter
CMN03 2849 Operational Ethernet Port
And two ports:
CMB10 5706 Operational Comm Processor
LIN07 5706 Operational LAN Adapter
CMN23 5706 Operational Ethernet Port
CMN18 5706 Operational Ethernet Port
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On 10/1/2013 10:43 AM, Vikhyath Kamath wrote:
I am not sure if they have 2 ports. Is there a way to check remotely?
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Sent: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 7:46 PM
Subject: Re: Setting IP redunduncay in AS/400
Do these adapters have available unused ports? Many have 2 ports but certainly not all.
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> On Oct 1, 2013, at 10:07 AM, Vikhyath Kamath<vikyat_kaamath@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> We use IBM i V6R1.
> We have a 2 or more LAN adaptors in each LPAR. We use one IP for HA (ITERA) and other is accessed by users.
> Thanks and Regards,
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> To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion<midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 7:04 PM
> Subject: Re: Setting IP redunduncay in AS/400
> Please tell us the software release as the available options change significantly. If you are truly running AS/400 then you may not have options. Also do you have more than 1 LAN card available for each partition?
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>> On Oct 1, 2013, at 9:22 AM, Vikhyath Kamath<vikyat_kaamath@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> We have 5 LPARs on each of our servers. Recently we faced an issue where the LAN adaptor of iseries system failed and we had a five hour outage.
>> I was considering if we could have IP redundency - so that each LPAR would have 2 IPs pointing one IP which the user access. So if one IP fails, there is a fail-over to the other IP. Could some please guide how this is done in AS/400 system?
>> Thanks and Regards,