James Carlson wrote: > Mike Gerdts writes: > >>On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 3:31 AM, Enda O'Connor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> >>>Hi >>> For the ce driver you will need >>> 137042-01 SPACR >>> 137043-01 X86 >>> which fix CR 6616075 ( ON Part ) >>> >>> as well as >>> 118777-12 SPARC >>> 118778-12 x86 >>> which fix CR 6606507 the ce driver side. >> >>Keep in mind that to use exclusive IP's each zone will need its own >>physical network. That is if you have a network used only by the >>global zone and a different network shared by two or more non-global >>zones, you will need to have a physical network interface per >>non-global zone. > > > Almost. You need a separate VLAN to assign for each zone. The > "exclusive IP" feature allows you to put a VLAN into a zone, not the > whole physical interface.
I have an example of this on blogs.sun.com/stw/ dated early Nov 2007. Does anyone know whether it is possible to 'bridge' [a subset of] VLANs in a switch, to put more links on the same broadcast domain? Steffen > The distinction is a bit confusing because the default VLAN for an > interface is effectively ID zero -- no VLAN header at all, as long as > no CoS bits are set -- and that can be placed into a non-global zone. > _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com