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I would also like to see what Oracle says about this. I tried the editing of ipmp.conf file and hosed my box and had to restore. There seems to be very little documentation on this.
If you're using Network AutoMagic then create a new profile and in that profile disable ipv6. The default profile includes it and according to the docs can't be edited. Then make your new profile the default boot profile.
Do not under any circumstances unless directed by Oracle Support as part of fixing a bug modify the ipadm.conf file directly.1 person found this helpful
You can't disable IPv6 in Solaris 10 either, what you can do is not have any IPv6 addresses active on plumbed interfaces.
You can do the same in Solaris 11. However you can't disable the IPv6 loopback address on Solaris 11 if you have zones
and want to be able to do 'pkg update' using system repostitory from inside the zone.
To remove the IPv6 address on net0 do something like this:
# ipadm delete-addr net0/v6addr