Before You Begin
You must become an administrator who is assigned the IP Filter Management rights profile and the solaris.admin.edit/path-to-IPFilter-policy-file authorization. The root role has all of these rights. For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.2 .
# svcadm disable network/ipfilter
set intercept_loopback true;
Use the pfedit command, as in:
# pfedit /etc/ipf/myorg.ipf.conf
This line must precede all block and pass rules that are defined in the file. However, you can insert comments before the line, similar to the following example:
... #set defrag off; # # Enable loopback filtering to filter between zones # set intercept_loopback true; # # Define policy # block in all block out all other rules
# svcadm enable network/ipfilter
# ipf -T ipf_loopback ipf_loopback min 0 max 0x1 current 1 #
If the value of current is 0, loopback filtering is disabled. If current is 1, loopback filtering is enabled.