IPMP setup removed, comes back with reboot

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Old 11-05-2007
IPMP setup removed, comes back with reboot

Hi all,

I have 3 Sun v490's running Solaris 10. Each one has 2 zones on it. I changed the IP address and configuration on them this weekend, where ce0 was once the primary IP nic, now ce2 is. Previously, ce0 and ce4 were set up with IP multipathing, but I tried to remove that by changing the hostname.ce0 to just the ce0 hostname and removing hostname.ce4. It had also previously had 2 default routes because of 2 different primary ip addresses on each of the zones, and I changed that as well, so only one route in /etc/defaultrouter. I changed the /etc/hosts file with correct hostnames and ips, changed /etc/inet/ipnodes, /etc/defaultrouter. Also did the following:
ifconfig ce0 group ""
ifconfig ce4 group ""
ifconfig ce0 unplumb
ifconfig ce4 unplumb

Then I reboot the system, and ce0 and ce4 try to link up with ipmp, although ce0 is taking on the new IP of ce2 (and ce2 also has that ip), and it again has 2 default routes.

Is there somewhere it is storing the old configuration that I don't know about?

# 2  
Old 11-05-2007
Look for a static route script in /etc/init.d
# 3  
Old 11-06-2007
Ok, I'm a dork. I had fix scripts in there to fix the MTU that kept messing up and forgot I had them there.
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