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In order to do what you are trying to do, you will need to use ip-type=exclusive instead of shared (the default). Then, you will be able to configure routing as needed in each exclusive zone. The down side of this with Solaris 10 is that you will need to have a physical nic to dedicate to each exclusive net.
In Solaris 11, this changes. The default is to have exclusive IP stacks which sit on top of vnics. You can have an arbitrary number of vnics on each physical nic. If changing completely to Solaris 11 is too much work right now, you can use Solaris 10 Containers (solaris10 branded zones) to run a virtualized instance of Solaris 10 on Solaris 11. Solaris 10 Containers can be used at no additional cost.
Thanks for your response. Unfortunately, I don't have any dedicated NIC available to use and going Solaris 11 at time is not possible. I am working with the network team to make a BIGIP pass through for one of the containers or use SNAT on the BIGIP. Hope one of those options will resolve my issue.