- Press any key to enter the Operating System (OS) shell command line.
- Log in to IMSVA using the root account you created during the installation.
- Perform the following command to change the IP address assigned to IMSVA:
[root@IMSVAhostname]# cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/Edit the configuration file to the interface that was assigned a duplicate IP as mentioned in the error message you encountered. Following the sample error message, it was eth0.[root@IMSVAhostname]# vi ifcfg-eth0
- Using vi, assign a new IP address:
- Look for the IP address line. Using the sample error message above, find the line IPADDR="XXX.XX.X.57".
- Bring the cursor to the last character of this line and press "i" to enter vi's Edit mode.
- Hit backspace to delete the assigned IP address and then enter a new one.
For example: IPADDR="XXX.XX.X.68"
- Press Esc to go back to vi's Command mode.
- Save the changes and exit vi by typing ":wq!"" and then hit Enter.
This should bring you back to the OS shell command line.
- Enter the following commands to restart the network interfaces and restart the system.
[root@IMSVAhostname]# service network restart[root@IMSVAhostname]# init 6
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Installation of InterScan Messaging Security Virtual Appliance (IMSVA) 9.0 not completed due to duplicate IP addresses
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