This procedure adds a network address for use by an existing zone cluster. A network address is used to configure logical host or shared IP address resources in the zone cluster. You can run the clsetup utility multiple times to add as many network addresses as you need.
You can also add a network address to a zone cluster using the Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager GUI. For GUI log-in instructions, see How to Access Oracle Solaris Cluster Manager.
Start the clsetup utility.
The Main Menu is displayed.
Specifies the network address used to configure logical host or shared IP address resources in the zone cluster. For example, 192.168.100.101.
The following types of network addresses are supported:
A valid IPv4 address, optionally followed by / and a prefix length.
A valid IPv6 address, which must be followed by / and a prefix length.
A hostname which resolves to an IPv4 address. Hostnames that resolve to IPv6 addresses are not supported.
See the zonecfg (1M) man page for more information about network addresses.
The results of your configuration change are displayed. For example:
>>> Result of Configuration Change to the Zone Cluster(sczone) <<< Adding network address to the zone cluster... The zone cluster is being created with the following configuration /usr/cluster/bin/clzonecluster configure sczone add net set address=phys-schost-1 end All network address added successfully to sczone.