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Administering TCP/IP Networks, IPMP, and IP Tunnels in Oracle® Solaris 11.3

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Updated: March 2019

How to Remove an Interface From an IPMP Group

  1. Become the root role.
  2. Remove one or more interfaces from the IPMP group.
    # ipadm remove-ipmp -i under-interface[ -i under-interface ...] ipmp-interface

    under-interface refers to an IP interface that you are removing from the IPMP group and ipmp-interface refers to the IPMP group from which you are removing underlying interfaces.

    You can remove as many underlying interfaces in a single command, as required. Removing all of the underlying interfaces does not delete the IPMP interface. Instead, it exists as an empty IPMP interface or group.

Example 21  Removing an Interface From an IPMP Group

The following example shows how to remove the net4 interface from the IPMP group ipmp0.

# ipadm remove-ipmp -i net4 ipmp0
# ipmpstat -g
ipmp0   ipmp0      ok         10.00s    net0 net1