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CLUSTER NETINTERFACE


Description | Syntax | Parameters | Switches | Related | Notes | Examples | Errorlevels | Availability

You can use cluster commands to administer server clusters from the Windows command prompt. You can also call the program from command scripts to automate many cluster administration tasks. Cluster is provided on all Windows computers.

You can administer clusters from a node of the cluster, from nodes of other clusters, or from other computers running Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 3 or later.


Syntax

CLUSTER NETINT[ERFACE] [/HELP | /?]

CLUSTER [[/CLUSTER:]cluster_name] NETINT[ERFACE]
[/PRIV[PROPERTIES]
| /PROP[ERTIES]]

CLUSTER [[/CLUSTER:]cluster_name] NETINT[ERFACE] [/NODE:]node_name [/NET[WORK]:]network_name
[/PRIV[PROPERTIES] [property_list]
| /PRIV[PROPERTIES] [:propname[,propname ...]]
| /PROP[ERTIES] [property_list]
| /PROP[ERTIES] [:propname[,propname ...]]
| [/STAT[US]]]


Parameters
name=value[,value ...][:format][name=value[,value ...][:format] ...] (NT2000)
:name[,name ...] /userdefault (NT2000)
To revert to the default value of a common property or to delete a private property, use the /usedefault option.

Switches
/HELP | /? (NT2000)
Display cluster netinterface syntax. Default.
/CLUSTER (NT2000)
If you do not specify a cluster, attempts to connect to the cluster running on the node that is running the command.
If the name of your cluster is also a cluster command or its abbreviation, use /cluster: to explicitly specify the cluster name.
[/NET[WORK]:]network_name (NT2000)
?
[/NODE]:node_name (NT2000)
?
/PRIV[PROPERTIES] (NT2000)
View or set the network interface private properties. If you do not provide a network name and node name, the private properties for all network interfaces are displayed.
By default, there are no private properties for cluster group. Software vendors can add private properties to extend cluster functionality.
/PROP[ERTIES] (NT2000)
View or set the network interface common properties. Properties for all network interfaces are displayed if you do not provide a network name and node name.
/STAT[US] (NT2000)
Display the status for cluster network interface. If you do not provide the network name and node name, the status of all cluster network interfaces is displayed.

Related

Cluster
Cluster Group
Cluster Network
Cluster Node
Cluster Resource
Cluster ResourceType


Notes

Common netinterface property names:


Examples

none.


Errorlevels

none.


Availability
External
DOS
none
Windows
none
Windows NT
NT2000 NT2003