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Solaris™ Operating Environment Boot Camp by Dominic Butler, David Rhodes

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Adding the Gateway

We now have two networks: 192.168.22.0 and 192.168.44.0. Both contain a number of systems, each of which can communicate with every other system that is connected to their own network. However, they cannot see anything that is connected to the “other” network.

hydrogen# ping antimony
ICMP Net Unreachable from gateway hydrogen (192.168.22.1)
 for icmp unreachable from hydrogen (192.168.22.1) to 192.168.44.51
no answer from 192.168.44.51
hydrogen#

To enable this to work, we will use a gateway machine that is physically connected to both networks. This means it must have two network connections—one for each subnet. The machine we are using has two “hme” cards installed, so we'll go ahead and configure these next. After the tasks ...

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