IP Address and Hostname Overview
You can change the network-level IP address and hostname name of nodes in your deployment for a variety of reasons, including moving the node from one network domain to another or resolving a duplicate IP address problem. The IP address is the network-level Internet Protocol (IP) associated with the node, and the Hostname is the network-level hostname of the node.
Change the IP address of a node
Change the hostname of a node
Task lists are provided for each of these procedures that summarize the steps to perform.
Use the Cisco Emergency Responder 10.5(1) Command Line Interface Guide to assist you when changing an IP Address or Hostname. This guide replaces the chapter previously found in the Cisco Emergency Responder Administration Guide.
The Emergency Responder Command Line Interface Guide can be found on the Cisco Emergency Responder Command Reference page.
You must complete all pre-change tasks and system health checks before you make these changes, and you must complete the post-change tasks after you make any of these changes.