No, you should use the ranges provided by the HMC. FSP is configured to
search for DHCP ips before using the defaults that you mention (which you
should never use).
On Sat, Feb 22, 2014 at 4:50 PM, Steve Richter <stephenrichter@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
I am in the HMC guided setup wizard. The wizard is asking "do you want to
specify this HMC as a DHCP server?" The wizard says to select as a DHCP
server "so that the managed systems on the network will be automatically
configured and discovered by the HMC".
But the drop down list of address ranges does not include the address of my
managed system, a 520 with an FSP address of 192.168.2.147. The closest
range in the dropdown list is 192.168.128.2 - 192.168.255.254.
Is there a way to add more address ranges to this drop down list? Should I
change the HMC address of the 520 to be in the range of one of the existing
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