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Connecting Systems Using Fixed Network Configuration in Oracle Solaris 11.1     Oracle Solaris 11.1 Information Library
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1.  Overview of Fixed Network Configuration

What Is Fixed Network Configuration?

Highlights of Profile-Managed Network Configuration

Network Configuration Tools

dladm Command

ipadm Command

2.  Configuring a System for the Network

3.  Working With Datalinks

4.  Working With IP Interfaces

5.  Configuring Wireless Networking on Laptops Running Oracle Solaris

A.  Comparison Map: ifconfig and ipadm Commands

B.  Comparison Map: ndd and ipadm Commands


Chapter 1

Overview of Fixed Network Configuration

On a system that runs Oracle Solaris 11, network configuration can either be reactive or fixed depending on the network configuration profile (NCP) that is active on the system. For an overview of reactive and fixed network configuration, see Introduction to Oracle Solaris 11 Networking. For detailed information about how to create and configure NCPs, see Connecting Systems Using Reactive Network Configuration in Oracle Solaris 11.1.

This chapter presents a general introduction to fixed network configuration and covers the following topics: