Thanks for the reply. Yes. Its the Ip address configured on the VLAN interface, so that the VLAN which is configured can get its own IP address. I want to configure the IP addresses (PATCH operation) under /redfish/v1/Managers/<manager_id>/EthernetInterface/<intf_id>/VLANs/<vlan_id>
This IP address ( IPv4 and IPv6) property in the VLanNetworkInterface schema should be a list of ip addresses, similar to the ones under the EthernetInterface schema.
Is this for something on an interface other than an EthernetInterface? VLAN configuration is located in either EthernetInterface or NetworkDeviceFunction.
Or do you have multiple IP addresses on a single EthernetInterface?
There could be a case on any linux box that we have the physical interface which is having IP address(untagged packets), Now it may happen that I can create the Vlan on the physical interface and assign the ipaddress on it. eg:
We've been discussing and researching this and see that you're correct - there needs to be an IP address block of properties for the individual VLAN. We'll add that to our work list and I would expect that to be straightforward to add...