Not so often we would end up troubleshooting or manipulating ARP and ARP tables in Sun Solaris. However, following are some of the useful commands which can help when required. The following commands will help you display,modify,add,delete ARP entries in Sun Solaris ARP table.
ARP attacks are the easiest attacks that can be launched on a network or a Server causing a Denial of Service. One of those things that can be done on the Sun Solaris Operating System is to alter the caching time for the ARP cache whch reduces the time that a rogue ARP entry stays
The nscd daemon is a caching daemon in Sun Solaris. It provides caching services for hosts,passwd,group,ipnodes databases using various nameservice lookups like hosts file, DNS, NIS,NIS+ and more. Each cache has a separate time-to-live for its data and modifying the local database like /etc/hosts invalidates that cache within ten seconds. nscd doesn’t cache /etc/shadow (contains
It may be sometime required to flush your DNS Cache mostly when trying to troubleshoot a problem with your name service or when there was an invalid DNS entry after a server outage. The possible solution to clear these cached invalid entries or to wait till the record expires based on its TTL (Time To Live)