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Vincent J. asked ·

How to specify network interfaces during installation

Hello,

I'm installing a Dynatrace Managed Cluster. There are 3 network interfaces on the server and 1 must be used for users, an other one for security gateways.

How can I setup them?

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Radoslaw S. answered ·

Hey Vincent, you'll be prompt in the interactive mode of installer to specify a network interface. Or you can specify it via parameter in the silent mode.

--cluster-ip — If your machine has more than one network
 interface you need to decide which network interface will be used for 
Dynatrace Cluster traffic and put its IP4 address here.

source: https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/dynatrace-m...

In case you want to configure more details on IP addresses used specifically for UI and agents it's only available in UI - Node details page. See the screenshot:

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