By default, each compute instance with a 20Gbps redundant LACP aggregate network device is connected on VLAN 100 (the default VLAN). You can map this device to your datacenter.
Oracle provides two additional network devices, which are not configured, but are attached to separate network paths so you can configure additional redundant network devices.
Complete these steps to add these devices.
root@opc-192-168-50-6:~# dladm show-phys LINK MEDIA STATE SPEED DUPLEX DEVICE net0 Ethernet up 10000 full i40e0 net1 Ethernet up 10000 full i40e1 net3 Ethernet up 10000 full i40e3 net2 Ethernet up 10000 full i40e2 root@opc-192-168-50-6:~# dladm show-aggr -L LINK PORT AGGREGATABLE SYNC COLL DIST DEFAULTED EXPIRED aggr1 net0 yes yes yes yes no no -- net2 yes yes yes yes no no root@opc-192-168-50-6:~# ipadm NAME CLASS/TYPE STATE UNDER ADDR aggr1_vnic1 ip ok -- -- aggr1_vnic1/v4static static ok -- 192.168.50.6/28 root@opc-192-168-50-6:~#
From the preceding commands, you can see that four native network ports (net0, net1, net2, and net3) are provided, and that an LACP aggregate device (aggr1) had been created using ports net0 and net2. The aggregate port is then used by one virtual network interface (aggr1_vnic1), which holds the IP address of the instance, and through which the instance CLI is accessed.
Place additional VNICs on top of the aggr1 device.
Specify IP, VLAN, and MTU settings, as required (within OPC restrictions).
Use VLANs 101-199.
Use MTU sizes up to 9000.
Caution - Do not modify the Oracle-provided Aggregation device aggr1 or the corresponding IP device aggr1_vnic1 that is provided on top of it. Doing so can render the compute instance inaccessible and will require you to open a service request (SR) for Oracle to repair the broken network configuration.
Refer to Strategies for Network Administration in Oracle Solaris 11.3 for procedures to configure the additional networks.