Thanks Glenn, this helps in explanation! For now, I'd like something that is simple and easy to configure. It seems like static IP address is that route for now.
-Arun Glenn Faden wrote: > Arun, > > When running OpenSolaris as a VirtualBox guest, the DHCP service is > provided by the VirtualBox process. I don't know if VirtualBox will > respond to requests from multiple guest NICs if your host only has one > active NIC. If it does, then you should be able to follow this procedure > described in Steffen Weiberle's blog: > > http://blogs.sun.com/stw/entry/crossbow_is_delivered_traveling_vnics > > Anyway, this seems to be more of a question about VirtualBox networking, > than zones. > > --Glenn > > Arun Gupta wrote: >> Hi Bill, >> >> That might be it and I'm new to all this :) >> >> End goal: Configure 2 non-global zones in a Open Solaris Virtual Box >> image and assign them addresses using DHCP server running in Global zone. >> >> What exact command would serve that purpose ? >> >> -Arun >> >> Bill Walker wrote: >> >>> Maybe I am missing something here, but wouldn't it be easier to do >>> that kind of thing with zonecfg? Unless you are changing some other >>> settings other than the IP... Just trying to understand the end >>> result you are looking for. >>> >>> bill. >>> >>> >>> Arun Gupta wrote: >>> >>>> I'm looking for simple instructions to install zones, configure them >>>> as DHCP clients to the DHCP server in global zone (all in an >>>> OpenSolaris VM using Virtual Bx). The documentation at >>>> http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-1592/ seems to quite involving >>>> and keeps referring to multiple pointers instead of providing >>>> consolidated docs. >>>> >>>> Are these instructions available any where ? >>>> >> >> > -- Application Platform, Sun Microsystems, Inc. Blog: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org