I had installed the solaris version 10 08/11 on a x68 system. The network card is Intel Pro/1000 CT x1 EXPI9301CT.
The device name for this nic is e1000g2 and has the following configuration:
flags=1000843<UP,BRADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4> mtu 1500 index 2
inet 192.168.1.20 netmask ffffff00 bradcast 192.168.1.255
With the command dladm show-dev, I got the following output:
e1000g2 link: up speed: 1000 Mbps duplex: full
I think, the network configuration lokks fine, but if I try to ping the ip-address of another machine, the command-prompt don't come back and it seems, that the solaris-computer can't reach another machine in the same subnetwork.
Can someone tell me, what the problem for this case is ?
Your response did not answer the question:* Is the Solaris address static or was it set using DHCP?
The solaris computer is on the same LAN like the netbook. It#s even in the same subnet.The question remains, either:
I had answered the question with the following statement:My apologies, I missed that.
If I try boot the machine with the Live-CD of Linux, I can connect to the Internet and can ping the other machines.The output of ifconfig says your Solaris MAC address is 0:1d:60:4:1d:f0. Three sites I use show that *00:1d:60* belongs to ASUStek, yet your card is an Intel card. Do you have the same MAC address under Linux?