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How to Change IP Address of vSphere Replication Appliance using Command Line?
By Pranay Jha | Jul 18, 2020 | In Articles | Total Views [ 13466 ]
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While deploying the vSphere Replication Appliance, I wrongly miss configured the IP address of management interface. Later I realized that it was not reachable and I was unable to access VAMI console of vSphere Replication. I had to change the IP address of appliance without rebuilding this. If you are in same situation then you may follow this blog to change the IP address using Command line. You just need to access console of vSphere replication VM through Web client. Follow below steps:

  • Login to vSphere Replication appliance Console. Use ROOT credentials.
  • Run below command.


  • Follow these options as showing in below figure.

  • IPv4 Configuration has been done.

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