- With your manual configuration information on hand (i.e., address, gateway, netmask, DNS, NTP),
The Lumeta Initial Configuration screen displays. press Enter.
- Confirm or change the system's host name.
To change the host name type a <new host name> and then press Enter. This new name must be unique. To keep the default host name, just press Enter.
Choose manual or automatic DHCP configuration. Although DHCP gives you a faster setup, manual configuration is recommended because it assigns a static IP address to the Lumeta system.
To choose manual configuration, type manual and press Enter.
- If you have defined more than one interface card select the appropriate interface you want to configure.
- Enter an IP address such as 22.214.171.124 and press Enter.
- Enter a netmask such as 255.255.255.224 and press Enter.
- Enter the gateway's IPv4 address such as 126.96.36.199 and press Enter.
- IPv6 Configuration. If not configuring IPv6 Hit Enter
- If you have more than one interface card you will be asked to configure that interface. Typing No will continue to DNS
- To supply a Domain Name Server (DNS) address manually, type manual and press Enter.
- Enter the IP address of a DNS server such as 188.8.131.52 and press Enter.
- To allow DHCP to supply the Network Time Protocol (NTP), press Enter. Yes supplies default NTP servers from NTP.org.
Otherwise, type manual to input your own NTP server.
- Enter the IP address of an NTP server such as 184.108.40.206 and press Enter or enter yes to accept the system default.
- The system has all the information it needs and begins processing.
Processing generally completes in less than 10 seconds.
- Your initial system configuration is complete; you are logged in to Lumeta.
Notice that you can pull up instructions or a list of commands with the help and ? commands, respectively.
Next, input your product license key.