In order to have the system configure our NIC at boot, the first step is to get an IP address and subnet mask. In our case, we are going to put this second NIC into a different IP range than the original NIC. Our first NIC is in the 192.168.1.x network, so we will putContinue reading “Setting up networking on Solaris 10”
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