Thanks for reply.
I use snv_68 32 bits. The zonecfg doesn't support
Which build is this feature available since on?
On Friday, August 03, 2007 12:21 PM, Dan Price wrote:
> On Fri 03 Aug 2007 at 11:24AM, Lu, Baolu wrote:
>> This doesn't work for me on my system.
>> The local zone get a address of 192.168.74.200,
>> while the global address is in the segment of 10.239.*.*
> Hi, and welcome.
> If you're running Solaris 10, you will have to wait for the update
> scheduled for later this summer, and then you will need to use an
> "exclusive" IP stack in order to get this functionality.
> If you are using Solaris Nevada, this is available today-- use
> set ip-type=exclusive
> in your zonecfg settings and reboot-- you will probably also need
> to do some networking config inside the zone. This means that the
> zone will have a complete TCP/IP stack all to itself.
> Daniel Price - Solaris Kernel Engineering - [EMAIL PROTECTED] -
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