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Stop routing and gated daemons on Solaris 8

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Can someone please tell me the commands to perform this operation. ?
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To stop the routing, login as root (or su as root)

 ndd -set /dev/ip ip_forwarding 0

If you want to make permanent change, add it to your  /etc/init.d/inetinit file.

and also do:

touch /etc/notrouter then
reboot

have a look at the following FAQ to learn more:
http://www.freelab.net/unix/sun/solarisfaq/routing.html#korea5
http://www.freelab.net/unix/sun/solarisfaq/routing.html
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