and CLI commands. For more information, see the
Guide at dell.com/esmmanuals.
To set up a network using the LCD configuration wizard:
If the enclosure is off, press the enclosure power button to turn it on.
The LCD screen displays a series of initialization screens as it turns on. When it is ready, the Language Setup
screen is displayed.
Select a language from the options in the dialog box.
The following message is displayed on the enclosure screen: Configure Enclosure?
Press the center button to continue to the CMC Network Settings screen.
Configure the CMC network settings for your network environment:
Network mode (DHCP or static)
Static IP address, subnet mask, and gateway values (if static mode was selected)
If required, configure the iDRAC network settings.
For more information about iDRAC, see the
NOTE: The configuration wizard automatically configures each server module's iDRAC internal network
interface if you do not choose to manually configure the iDRAC settings.
NOTE: You cannot set a static IP address for the iDRAC using the LCD configuration wizard. To set a static IP
address, use the CMC web-based interface or Remote Access Controller Administrator (RACADM).
Review the settings on the Network Summary screen:
If the settings are correct, press the center button to close the configuration wizard and return to the Main
If the settings are not correct, use the left arrow key to return to the screen for that setting and correct it.
After you complete the configuration wizard, the CMC is available on your network.
System messages related to the server modules in the enclosure may appear on the monitor screen to notify you of a
possible problem with a server module. For a detailed listing of these error messages, including possible causes and
solutions, see the server module documentation.
For a complete list of messages that are displayed on the front panel LCD screen, see the
Management Controller Firmware Event Message Reference Guide at dell.com/esmmanuals.
WARNING: See the safety and regulatory information that shipped with your system. Warranty information may be
included within this document or as a separate document.
Dell PowerEdge VRTX Getting Started Guide shipped with your system provides an overview of system features,
setting up your system, and technical specifications.
Dell Chassis Management Controller for Dell PowerEdge VRTX User's
iDRAC User's Guide at dell.com/support/manuals.
Dell PowerEdge VRTX Chassis