Yoss writes:
> how can i change the defaultrouter in a nonglobal zone without
> changing it in the global zone? /etc/defaultrouter doesn't work, i
> can't add a route in a nonglobal zone and i can't add a route in the
> global zone only for the non-global zone.

There is no mechanism (yet) to do that.  Non-global zones don't have
their own kernel forwarding tables, and only the global zone can
manipulate shared resources such as the kernel forwarding table.

See CRs 4991139 and 6289221.

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