Use the following procedure if you no longer need a specific IPMP group.
Before You Begin
Ensure that your role has the appropriate rights profile to perform this procedure. See Using Rights Profiles to Perform Network Configuration.
$ ipmpstat -g
$ ipadm remove-ipmp -i under-interface[, -i under-interface, ...] ipmp-interface
under-interface refers to the underlying interface that you want to remove and ipmp-interface refers to the IPMP interface from which you want to remove the underlying interface.
$ ipadm delete-ipmp ipmp-interface
After you delete the IPMP interface, any IP address that is associated with the interface is also deleted from the system.
This example deletes the interface ipmp0 with the underlying IP interface net0 and net1.
$ ipmpstat -g GROUP GROUPNAME STATE FDT INTERFACES ipmp0 ipmp0 ok 10.00s net0 net1 $ ipadm remove-ipmp -i net0 -i net1 ipmp0 $ ipadm delete-ipmp ipmp0