I am trying to change my default-gateway on the mgmt port from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.116, but when attempting to save I get the following (errors attached) --> Detected duplicate IPv4 address.
I believe that the ip addresses for some reason are tied to the mgmt port and the data port. I have tried to give the data port an address to see if this would clear it.
I am wondering if I need to correct the vmware, or correct in CP Policy Manager.
Does it let you change the mgmt port IP to something like 192.168.1.221 and the new gateway? And then change the IP back to 192.168.1.220 once your gateway change takes?
Have not tried the first suggestion (thought this might disrupt the licenses as I recall I had to use this when creating the licenses). It seems to be hung up on the Mac Address which I thinks is already owned by the data port. Yes, I did try to change it on the cli using the 200 address, but did not take. Will play with it. Thanks!
Changed my ip from 220 to 221 via CLI and my DNS server now recognizes it without issues. I will keep it at 221.
Thanks for the assist!
Questions and suggestion;
What IP addressing do you have for the DATA port?
Why have you circles an IPv6 address in the screen shot, what relevance is this?
Did you try changing the DefGw via the CLI?
The data port was blank. I tried to give it its own address and it took, but it still would not allow me to change the gateway to the new one (received same message).
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