ipadm | Oracle Solaris Blog Solaris 11 introduces a new command for administering IP interfaces - ipadm.ipadm is an upgrade over the venerable ifconfig and unlike ifconfig, changes made with ipadm persist across reboots.There's no longer a need to fuddle with configuration files. ifconfig hasn't gone away, but I've been trying to wean myself off of it in favor of the new ipadm command. Setting up static ip-adresses, Solaris 10 - Unix Hello, Iam having problems getting more then one ip to work here is my setup! Hostname: nexus NIC: e000g1 (example ips) My ips to Defaultrouter nameservers 80.80.80. | The UNIX and Linux Forums How to find your IP address on Solaris | Broadcast | Crucial Feb 17, 2010 Solarisのネットワーク設定

Nov 22, 2010 · Hi, thanks for the reply. my interfaces are as follows aggr1 - aggr2 - but i think this is a routing issue, both interfaces on the sambe subnet. but this works for windows systems. i have four interfaces e1000g0, e1000g1,e1000g2,e1000g3 aggr1 - e100g0,e100g1 aggr2 - e1000g2,e1000g3 dladm create-aggr -d e1000g0 -d e1000g0 1 ifconfig plumb aggr1 netmask

Nov 28, 2007 · Solaris 10 Static to DHCP I have a Sun Sparc Ultra 5 and have installed Solaris 10 on it. At the time I had a static ip address and now I need to change it so that is grabs an ip dynamically. I have a Solaris 10 system and I have a heartbeat network in the interfaces 1 and 2, the cables are connect correctly but the links are not up. I want them to be with Link UP but NOT plumbed. Is there any command to UP the link? Or it should be automatically when I plugged the ethernet cable? root@dp-node9 # dladm show-dev To create the role and assign the role to a user, see Chapter 2, Working With the Solaris Management Console (Tasks), in System Administration Guide: Basic Administration. For Solaris 10 11/06 and earlier releases only, modify the IP address in the /etc/inet/ipnodes file or equivalent ipnodes database.

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Hi, I have installed Solaris 10 on VMware7, When i used ifconfig -a to check network interface, it has shown lo0 as loopback interface. Please advise how to configure network interfaces using VMware. | The UNIX and Linux Forums The next procedure contains applies to users of the Solaris 10 3/05 OS only. If you are using an update to Oracle Solaris 10, refer to How to Remove a Physical Interface . On the system with the interface to be removed, assume the Primary Administrator role, or become superuser. The following ifconfig command does update the IP address together with both correct netmask & broadcast but don't believe that this change will stay after reboot: #ifconfig bge0 inet netmask broadcast The value in /etc/netmasks (softlinked to /etc/inet/netmasks) is: The value Jun 03, 2020 · #ifconfig -a lo0: flags=2001000849 mtu 8232 index 1 in Solaris 10. Leave a Comment Cancel reply. Comment. Name Email # ifconfig e1000g0 plumb netmask + broadcast + group IPMPgroup up # ifconfig e1000g1 plumb group IPMPgroup standby up For persistent configuration across reboots edit the files : /etc/hostname.e1000g0 netmask + broadcast + group IPMPgroup up /etc/hostname.e1000g1 group IPMPgroup standby up May 01, 2009 · solaris# touch /etc/hostname.skge0. 2. Create the /etc/dhcp. file. It can be an empty file, but you can also use it to specify how long ifconfig should be waiting for a DHCP-server reply before giving up and continuing with Solaris boot.