I believe i was not so clear about the problem.
I'm not trying to create vnics from inside the zone... I'm trying to run
this command inside the container: "dladm create-bridge -P trill -l net0
mytrillBridge" (net0 being the vnic create from global zone).
Like I said, Trilld have a requisite that in order to run, a bridge in
Trill protect mode must be initiated, but the command above output that I
cannot create a bridge since net0 is a vnic.
Eric suggest: "You may need to delegate physical NICs to the
container..." and I believe that virtualizing Solaris from a Vmware ou Xen
Hypervisor, giving a lot of "vmware network cards" should be enough...
If you or anybody else on the list have another idea of how to run
trilld from inside a Container I would love to know.
Thank you for your interest and time.
2012/8/21 Edward Pilatowicz <edward.pilatow...@oracle.com>
> you can't create vnics from inside a zone. (it's not supported.)
> but the global zone can create additional vnics and give them to the
> zone. the easiest way to do this is to have the global zone
> administrator update the zonecfg for you zone to include multiple "anet"
> resources, one for each vnic that you want. when they create an "anet"
> resource they can specify the physical link that the vnic should be
> created on top of (via the anet lower-link property).
> On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 02:58:04PM -0300, Daniel Requena wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm trying to run a simulation for my master thesis using Solaris
> > Containers, but I'm having a problem.
> > I need to run Trilld inside the containers, but in order to run
> trilld I
> > must be able to Bridge network cards... when I try to run dladm to create
> > the bridge inside a container, it says that a vnic cannot be bridged...
> > The main objective in this simulation is to emulate a trill switch
> > all interconnected but this "bridge" problem is killing me..
> > Is there a way to use a different nic inside the containers so I can
> > trilld?
> > Any help or idea is appreciated.
> > Regards.
> > Daniel.
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