Archive for ‘January, 2013’

Setting NTP time server on Dell FS7500 through command line

datePosted on 10:40, January 23rd, 2013 by Many Ayromlou
  • SSH to the Group Interface IP (10.100 in our case)
  • Login as “fse”
  • Password “”
  • At the CLI prompt check the current cluster time using
    system time-configuration view
  • If the time is wrong reset it (This will turn off NTP sync) using
    system time-configuration -updatetime "DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS"
  • Use the view command to check it again.
  • If you need to set the NTP time use your DC’s NTP functionality on the client network and set it using
    system time-configuration set-ntpserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

That’s it for now…….

Renew a DHCP lease

datePosted on 12:46, January 3rd, 2013 by Many Ayromlou

Renew a DHCP lease:

Renewing a DHCP lease via the Network System Preference Pane has the advantage of not dropping the connection, unlike switching the interface to BOOTP and back to DHCP. This command mimics that behavior. 

(Via MacOSXHints.com)