James Carlson wrote:
> James Carlson writes:
>> Steffen Weiberle writes:
>>> BTW, this only works for default routes. Static ones don't work. at
>>> least that is my/others' experience.
>> That's not true. Default routes are not supposed to be special.
>> They're just regular network routes that happen to have 0/0 as a
> Eh ... nuts. I forgot about the special strangeness around "default"
> routes in zones. I still think it's not good, but you're right about
Hi James, maybe I was not clear. My understanding is that default routes
work well, especially after a fix introduced around the time of Solaris
10 8/07--don't know when it was delivered in Nevada.
Using static routes, such as
route add net x.y.z.0 x.y.z.1 1
does not work as expected.
CR 5023347 has the fix to this as IP Instances.
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