James Carlson wrote:
Hi James/JarrettEnda o'Connor - Sun Microsystems Ireland - Software Engineer writes:I was looking at a box this am that was setup with this scenario, and the non-global zones were apparently not able to see outside the box, they could ping the global etc, but nothing else. Guess that explains that then, need to familarise myself with TX.The situation is a bit complicated, and you should talk with the Rampart team to get some help with it.The non-global zones can have a mix of shared network connectivity and local IP addresses. The latter are typically used for multi-level services contained within a zone, but could be used for other things. For the shared IP address(es), packets are distinguished by the IP security label option. Each zone has a label, and the label on the packet maps it to a particular zone.
Thanks for the info.
Will be brushing up on my TX!
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