Be careful when using the Oracle Solaris JumpStart feature to install a guest domain over the network when the installation server is in a VLAN. This feature is supported only on Oracle Solaris 10 systems.
For more information about using the Oracle Solaris JumpStart feature to install a guest domain, see How to Use the Oracle Solaris JumpStart Feature on an Oracle Solaris 10 Guest Domain.
For example, if the install server is in VLAN 21, configure the virtual network initially as follows:
primary# ldm add-vnet pvid=21 vnet01 primary-vsw0 ldom1
Do not configure any tagged VLANs (vid) for that virtual network device. You must do this because the OpenBoot PROM (OBP) is not aware of VLANs and cannot handle VLAN-tagged network packets.
primary# ldm set-vnet pvid= vid=21, 22, 23 vnet01 primary-vsw0 ldom1
You can now add the virtual network device to additional VLANs in tagged mode.