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Changing IP addresses under Solaris.

Noryungi (70322) writes | more than 5 years ago

Sun Microsystems 0

Not a long post this time, just a link to the best summary about changing IP addresses, under Solaris, that I have seen so far.

Do what the man says, enter /usr/sbin/reboot and, presto! Your Solaris machine just changed its IP address.

Not a long post this time, just a link to the best summary about changing IP addresses, under Solaris, that I have seen so far.

Do what the man says, enter /usr/sbin/reboot and, presto! Your Solaris machine just changed its IP address.

Even newbies can follow this document, which is why I used when explaining what to do to a newbie, in another country, who has to modify the configuration of a local (distant for me) machine.

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