Thank you so much for the quick replies of the following managers:
From: Tham Huei Hwan <Tham.Huei.Hwan@bass.com.my>
From: Steve Gray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: "Frederic Piard" <email@example.com>
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Amy Hollander)
From: email@example.comPont.com (Tim Evans)
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mary Verge X3067)
From: stern@sunrise.East.Sun.COM (Hal Stern - Distinguished Systems Engineer)
From: email@example.com (Koen Peeters)
I checked the file /etc/hostname.le0 and it was empty. So I added the ip
address to the file /etc/hostname.le0 as Koen Peeters and Hal Stern suggested
and rebooted the machine. And voila, it works like a charm.
You guys are great.
Thanks again, Aline...
> Dear Sun Managers,
> A customer sent us an SS10/40 for our testing purpose. It's a bare machine
> with an internal disk and a monitor. The OS is Solaris 5.4, I'm learning
> it without any formal training, so please be gentle.
> This is the part that I need your help. I want to bring it up to the network.
> I connected the AUI cable, did a ethernet and diag tests, everything went fine.
> But during the reboot, it said:
> Configuring le0...
> le0: auto-revarp failed: no RARP replies received
> setting default interface for multicast: add net 18.104.22.168: gateway merridoc.mms
> .com: network is unreachable.
> Please help me to get it setup right. What other files are involved in Solaris2
> I only added the ip address to the hosts file.
> # Sun Host Database
> 127.0.0.1 localhost
> 22.214.171.124 merridoc.mms.com merridoc
> Thanks, Aline...
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