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Connecting Systems Using Reactive Network Configuration in Oracle Solaris 11.1     Oracle Solaris 11.1 Information Library
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1.  Reactive Network Configuration (Overview)

2.  Creating and Configuring Reactive Network Profiles (Tasks)

3.  Administering Your Reactive Network Configuration (Tasks)

Switching Between Fixed and Reactive Network Configurations

How to Switch From Reactive Network Configuration to Fixed Network Configuration

How to Switch From Fixed Network Configuration to Reactive Network Configuration

Displaying Information About Profile States

Displaying the Current State of a Profile

Displaying Auxiliary State Values

Exporting and Restoring a Profile Configuration

Restoring a User-Defined Profile

Removing Profiles

Performing a Wireless Scan and Connecting to Available Wireless Networks

Troubleshooting Reactive Network Configuration Issues

Monitoring the Current State of All Network Connections

Troubleshooting Network Interface Configuration Issues

4.  Using the Network Administration Graphical User Interface


Chapter 3

Administering Your Reactive Network Configuration (Tasks)

This chapter describes how to administer these profiles by using the netadm command: NCPs, locations, ENMs, and known WLANs. You can manage NCUs, which are the individual configuration objects that make up an NCP by using the netadm command. You can also interact with the daemon, nwamd, in the absence of the network administration GUI, by using the netadm command. This chapter also describes how to export and remove user-defined profiles by using the netcfg command.

For more information about using the netadm command see the netadm(1M) man page. For more information about using the netcfg command, see the netcfg(1M) man page.

The following topics are covered in this chapter:

For information about creating and configuring profiles, modifying profiles, listing profiles, and enabling and disabling profiles, see Chapter 2, Creating and Configuring Reactive Network Profiles (Tasks).

For information about how to interact with the reactive network configuration and how to manage your network configuration from the desktop by using the network administration GUI, see Chapter 4, Using the Network Administration Graphical User Interface.

For overview information about reactive network configuration, see Chapter 1, Reactive Network Configuration (Overview).