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Solaris Tunable Parameters Reference Manual
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Overview of Tuning IP Suite Parameters

For new information about IP forwarding, see New and Changed TCP/IP Parameters.

You can set all of the tuning parameters described in this chapter by using the ndd command except for the following parameters:.

These parameters can only be set in the /etc/system file.

For example, use the following syntax to set TCP/IP parameters by using the ndd command:

# ndd -set driver parameter

For more information, see ndd(1M).

Although the SMF framework provides a method for managing system services, ndd commands are still included in system startup scripts. For more information on creating a startup script, see Using Run Control Scripts in System Administration Guide: Basic Administration.

IP Suite Parameter Validation

All parameters described in this section are checked to verify that they fall in the parameter range. The parameter's range is provided with the description for each parameter.

Internet Request for Comments (RFCs)

Internet protocol and standard specifications are described in RFC documents. You can get copies of RFCs from Browse RFC topics by viewing the rfc-index.txt file at this site.

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