LaoTsao (Dr. Tsao) wrote:
> 
> please checkout the BP
> http://www.sun.com/blueprints/0300/sysidcfg.pdf

Thanks for the information. But this document doesn't seem to answer my 
question?

> 
> Huafeng Lu wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I created an exclusive zone and assign e1000g2 for it:
>>
>> <quoted from zonecfg output>
>> ip-type: exclusive
>> net:
>>         address not specified
>>         physical: e1000g2
>> </end of zonecfg output>
>>
>> I want to configure IP addresses for e1000g2 and want to avoid manual
>> configuration after zone boot, so I created the $zone_path/etc/sysidcfg
>> file before booting the zone:
>>
>> <content of sysidcfg file>
>>
>> system_locale=C
>> timezone=US/Eastern
>> terminal=xterm
>> security_policy=NONE
>> root_password=rJSJNt0RfvMy6
>> network_interface=primary {
>>   hostname=zox04
>>   default_route=10.13.27.254
>>   ip_address=10.13.27.34
>>   netmask=255.255.255.0
>>   protocol_ipv6=yes
>> }
>> name_service=NIS {
>>   domain_name=opg.PRC.Sun.COM
>>   name_server=bounty-327(10.13.27.20)
>> }
>> nfs4_domain=dynamic
>>
>> </end of sysidcfg file>
>>
>> I think it works well; after the zone boot, e1000g2 is configured with
>> this ipv4 address and a link-local ipv6 address.
>>
>> However, I don't know how to configure a regular ipv6 address, say,
>> 2000::214:4fff:fe6a:b80f/64. Where in this sysidcfg should I put this
>> address? (Of course,  after the zone boots for the first time, I can
>> modify the /etc/hostname6.e1000g2 file to do this, but I want to
>> configure it before the zone boots.)
>>
>> I searched, but all documents that I found uses ipv4 addresses as
>> examples. :(
>>
>> Thanks for the help.
>>
>> -- 
>> Huafeng
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