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 Isolating network traffic with IP instances

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"To create an IP instance and assign it to a Solaris zone, you will first need to identify a spare physical NIC to dedicate to the zone (when Crossbow comes around, you will be able to allocate virtual NICs to zones, and these virtual NICs can reside on a physical NIC). Once a NIC is identified, you can use the zonecfg ip-type directive and the exclusive keyword to allocate an IP instance to a zone:"
Blog O Matty Isolating network traffic with IP instances

 (Submitted by Noel Wed Oct 10, 2007 )


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