Manual Chapter : Edit the default chassis partition from the webUI

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F5OS

  • 1.1.1, 1.1.0
Manual Chapter

Edit the default chassis partition from the webUI

After you have licensed the system, you can configure the
default
chassis partition, which comes preconfigured on the system with the software already installed on it. The slots for all blades are automatically assigned as members of the default partition, and you can use the default partition to get started.
  1. Log in to the system controller webUI using an account with admin access.
  2. On the left, click
    CHASSIS PARTITIONS
    .
    The Chassis Partitions screen opens where you can see a graphical view of the VELOS chassis and see that the default chassis partition is already set up with all slots associated with it.
  3. Click the check box next to the default partition.
  4. Click the
    Edit
    button.
  5. In the IPv4 section:
    1. For
      IP Address
      , type the IP address of the chassis partition.
    2. For
      Prefix Length
      , type a number from 1-32 for the length of the prefix.
    3. For
      Gateway
      , type the IP address of the gateway.
  6. For
    Partition Image
    , define the software to use for the chassis partition:
    If you don't select a partition image, the partition state will be disabled, and you will get an error message.
    1. Click
      Bundled
      to install the entire operating system for the chassis partition.
    2. Under ISO Image, select the uploaded software image to run on the chassis partition.
  7. Click
    Save
    .
    The changes you made to the default partition are saved and the partition is set to
    Enabled
    .
    It might take a few minutes for the Operational State to update to say
    Running
    .
When the Operational State says Running, you can log into the default chassis partition using its management IP address to access the partition webUI and create a VLAN.