> I just installed a local zone with a different IP subnet and different
> netmask than its global zone. There is no default route shown with
> netstat -r. In a local zone which is in the same subnet / netmask as
> its globsl zone, there is a default route.
> So, the question is, can this be done or must a LZ be in the same
> subnet as the GZ?
I think the Zones FAQ indirectly answers this:
Q: How do I configure a default route in a container?
A: All routes, including default routes, must be configured by the global
zone administrator. Although a default route cannot be assigned directly
to a Container, a default route can be assigned to each subnet. All zones
on one subnet will then use the same default route. [July 2006]
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