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Exalytics Server - If move the OVS to new Data Center with new management network IP Addresses, will the OVS function in the same way as it was working in old Data Center or do need to make any configuration changes to bring up the OVS in new a DC. (Doc ID 2594270.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2020

Applies to:

Exalytics In-Memory Machine X6-4 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
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Goal

If move the Oracle Virtual Server (OVS on Exalytics) to a new Data Center with new management network, will the Oracle Virtual Server (OVS) function in the same way as it was working in the old Data Center or need to make any configuration changes to bring up the OV server in the new Data Center.
 

Have EXALYTICS X6-4 server which is configured Virtual machines. There are five virtual machines created in the OV server. Because of the existing data centre movement, need to move the OV server from one DC to another DC.

The management network VLAN segment which is configured in the present DC is not available in new DC but the public network segment assigned to the VMs are available.

The query is, If move the OV server to new DC with new management network IP Addresses, will the OV server function in the same way as it was working in old DC or do need to make any configuration changes to bring up the OV server in new DC.

The IP Addresses in 10.1.xxx.xxx current management network which are assigned to OV Server will not be available in new DC location. This is used for management connectivity to physical server and ILOM console.

VM's IP Addresses are in the below network segment and will be available in new DC location.

10.1.xx1.x - OV Manager server also in this VLAN.

10.1.xx2.x

10.1.xx2.x

10.1.xx3.x



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