When you run this procedure, both packet filtering and NAT are removed from the kernel. If you use this procedure, you must re-enable Solaris IP Filter in order to reactivate packet filtering and NAT. For more information, see How to Re-Enable Oracle Solaris IP Filter.
Assume a role that includes the IP Filter Management rights profile, or become superuser.
You can assign the IP Filter Management rights profile to a role that you create. To create the role and assign the role to a user, see Configuring RBAC (Task Map) in System Administration Guide: Security Services.
Disable packet filtering and allow all packets to pass into the network.
# ipf –D
The ipf -D command flushes the rules from the rule set. When you re-enable filtering, you must add rules to the rule set.