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Question:how to Change the IP of a Solaris Zone?


 

 
To change the IP of a Solaris Zone start zonecfg with the configured zone first:
 
# zonecfg -z bck01
 
The name of the zone is bck01. Within zonecfg run info to view the current configuration of the zone:
 
zonecfg:bck01> info
...
net:
        address: 192.168.1.76
        physical: ce2
        defrouter: 192.168.1.73
...
 
Next select any network resource like the physical interface to reconfigure your network settings:
 
zonecfg:bck01> select net physical=ce2
 
Finally change everything you need, eg. the IP and the default router:
 
zonecfg:bck01:net> set address=172.16.1.76
zonecfg:bck01:net> set defrouter=172.16.1.73
 
When all changes are done leave the network configuration:
 
zonecfg:bck01:net> end
 
Type info again to validate the changes for yourself:
 
zonecfg:bck01> info
...
net:
        address: 172.16.1.76
        physical: ce2
        defrouter: 172.16.1.73
...
 
When all changes are correct run verify and commit to verify and save the new configuration:
 
zonecfg:bck01> verify
zonecfg:bck01> commit
 
Leave zonecfg:
 
zonecfg:bck01> exit
 
Then start zlogin to follow the boot messages:
 
# zlogin -C bck01
 
And finally start your zone:
 
# zoneadm -z bck01 boot

asked Sep 13, 2013 in LINUX by rajesh
edited Sep 12, 2013
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