vnet-manager-modify

This command is used to modify an existing virtual network (VNET) manager configuration.

Syntax   vnet-manager-modify name name-string [disable|enable] [gateway ip-address]

name name-string

Specify the name of the VNET manager.

Specify one or more of the following options:

disable|enable

Specify if you want to disable or enable the VNET manager.

location fabric-node name

Specify the location of the service.

storage-pool storage-pool name

Specify the storage pool assigned to the service.

gateway ip-address

Specify the gateway IP address.

Defaults   None.

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in nvOS Version 1.2.1.

Usage   

A virtual network manager (VNET manager) can administer a virtual network (VNET) but the same management abstraction can also be used to administer a fabric, cluster, or standalone switch. This command modifies a VNET manager configuration.

Examples  

To disable the VNET manager, MyVNET, use the following option:

CLI network-admin@switch > vnet-manager-modify MyVNET disable

See Also   

vnet-create

vnet-delete

vnet-modify

vnet-show

vnet-manager-interface-add

vnet-manager-interface-modify

vnet-manager-interface-remove

vnet-manager-create

vnet-manager-delete

vnet-manager-migrate

vnet-manager-ssh-host-key-show

vnet-manager-show

vnet-manager-service-modify

vnet-manager-service-show

vnet-port-add

vnet-port-remove

vnet-service-show