Trusted Extensions adds the following commands to administer trusted networking:
tnchkdb – This command is used to verify the correctness of the trusted network databases. The tnchkdb command is used whenever you change a security template (tnrhtp), a security template assignment (tnrhdb), or the configuration of a zone (tnzonecfg). The Solaris Management Console tools run this command automatically when a database is modified. For details, see the tnchkdb(1M) man page.
tnctl – This command can be used to update the trusted network information in the kernel. tnctl is also a system service. A restart with the command svcadm restart /network/tnctl refreshes the kernel cache from the trusted network databases on the local system. The Solaris Management Console tools run this command automatically when a database is modified in the Files scope. For details, see the tnctl(1M) man page.
tnd – This daemon pulls tnrhdb and tnrhtp information from the LDAP directory. tnd is started at boot time as a service, as in svcadm start /network/tnd. This command also can be used for debugging and for changing the polling interval. For details, see the tnd(1M) man page.
tninfo – This command displays the details of the current state of the trusted network kernel cache. The output can be filtered by host name, zone, or security template. For details, see the tninfo(1M) man page.
Trusted Extensions adds options to the following Solaris network commands:
ifconfig – The all-zones interface flag for this command makes the specified interface available to every zone on the system. The appropriate zone to deliver data to is determined by the label that is associated with the data. For details, see the ifconfig(1M) man page.
netstat – The -R option extends Solaris netstat usage to display Trusted Extensions-specific information, such as security attributes for multilevel sockets and routing table entries. The extended security attributes include the label of the peer, and whether the socket is specific to a zone, or available to several zones. For details, see the netstat(1M) man page.
The cipso keyword is optional and set by default. For details, see the route(1M) man page.
ipseckey – In Trusted Extensions, the following extensions are available to label IPsec-protected packets: label label, outer-label label, and implicit-label label. For details, see the ipseckey(1M) man page.