The root user can run the snoop command to capture network packets and to display their content to the screen. Captured packets can be displayed as they are received, or saved to a file for later inspection. You can check content of this file by using snoop command.
When in.routed is started up, it reads the /etc/gateways to possibly find and add additional static routes to routing table. Gateways should be marked passive if they are not expected to exchange routing information. Gateways marked active should have in.routed process running on that machine thus they should be willing to exchange routing information. Active [...]
The ndd command is powerful tool that can set many parameters related to network. We can start by determine network interfaces on our system. # ifconfig -a
To set up new network interface in Solaris you need to use ifconfig command. Let’s first check what we already have in the system
Network interfaces in Solaris can either have all the same MAC address or unique one for each interface. This all depends on value of local-mac-address? variable. To view content of this variable, perform command: