1x Solaris 10 x86 server w/ 4 NICs.. 3 being used.
First NIC(e1000g0) is on VLAn 10.1.20.0/24
Second NIC(e1000g1) is on VLAN 10.1.40.0/24
Third NIC(e1000g2) is on VLAN 192.168.0.1/22(non routed VLAN)
Fourth NIC is unused.
the 10.1.20 and 10.1.40 VLAN are firewalled from each other.
Default router config in the the Solaris Zone configs
Problem: we have a test env w/ a load balancer between the 10.1.20 and 10.1.40 VLAN. when we send from the 10.1.20.0 container --> to the 10.1.40.0 VLAN by way of load balancer, we don't get a response from the 10.1.40.0 server by way of the network/LB. Instead, the packets go directly to the interface on 10.1.20.0 by way of the global zone.
So the question is.. how do we force the containers to route all data over the NICs and bypass the Global Zone routing table?
is that possible?