> > Hi, > > > > This might be a naive question, but I'm wondering how I can set up > > an Exclusive-IP zone for an ftp/telnet/rlogin/rsh server? > > > > I can access the global zone from the exclusive zone w/ > > ftp/telnet/rlogin/rsh, > > but I cannot in the other way like: > > > > [global zone] [exclusive-IP zone] > > > > ftp/rlogin/telnet/rsh => NG > > OK <= ftp/rlogin/telnet/rsh > > > > (example) > > > > // exclusive-IP => global > > > > r...@wave189-zone:~# ftp 22.214.171.124 > > Connected to 126.96.36.199. > > 220 wave189.West.Sun.COM FTP server ready. > > Name (188.8.131.52:root): > > > > // global => exclusive-IP > > > > r...@wave189: ~ # ftp 184.108.40.206 > > ftp: connect: Connection refused > > > > svcs doesn't show any info about them on the exclusive-IP zone. > > > > (global) > > > > r...@wave189: ~ # svcs ftp > > STATE STIME FMRI > > online 10:07:25 svc:/network/ftp:default > > > > (exclusive-IP) > > > > r...@wave189-zone:~# svcs ftp > > svcs: Pattern 'ftp' doesn't match any instances > > STATE STIME FMRI > > > > sure, zones can do this. but it looks like you don't have the ftp > server software installed in the zone. try installing it: > > pkg install service/network/ftp > > i think the same applies to telnet/rlogin/rsh. those services are not > installed by default.
I see. I checked out the exclusive-IP zones don't have the service/network/ftp package though the global zones have. I assumed they were installed when I created the zones, but it seems not. Thanks. -Eiji _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com