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In an Oracle Solaris 10 logical domains environment, the virtual switch service running in a service domain can directly interact with GLDv3-compliant network adapters. Though non-GLDv3 compliant network adapters can be used in these systems, the virtual switch cannot interface with them directly. See Configuring a Virtual Switch and the Service Domain for NAT and Routing for information about how to use non-GLDv3 compliant network adapters.
Note - GLDv3 compliance is not an issue for Oracle Solaris 11 environments.
For more information about using link aggregations, see Using Link Aggregation With a Virtual Switch.
This procedure only applies to Oracle Solaris 10 domains.
The following example uses bge0 as the network device name.
# dladm show-link bge0 bge0 type: non-vlan mtu: 1500 device: bge0
The value of the type: field is one of the following:
GLDv3-compliant drivers will have a type of non-vlan or vlan.
Non-GLDv3-compliant drivers will have a type of legacy.