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Solaris 11 introduces a new command for administering IP interfaces - ipadm.ipadm is an upgrade over the venerable ifconfig and unlike ifconfig, changes made with ipadm persist across reboots. -a, ifconfig, solaris Thread Tools: Search this Thread: Operating Systems Solaris ifconfig -a not working # 1 pardhuhere. Registered User. 1, 0. Join Date: Jun 2008. I installed Solaris 10 beta 72 on a Sun Ultra 60 and have had a strange occurance. I had to give the machine a new IP address so I went through ifconfig, using the following commands: # ifconfig hme0 down # ifconfig hme0 unplumb # ifconfig hme0 netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast up That worked fine. Solaris has historically used ifconfig for all network interface configuration, but as of Solaris 10 introduced dladm to perform data-link (OSI model layer 2) configuration, reducing ifconfig's purview to IP configuration. ifconfig + FAILED from ifconfig on solaris machines. Ask Question Asked 7 years, 8 months ago. Active 7 years, 8 months ago. Viewed 3k times 1. please advice - what 1. (a) ifconfig hme0:1 plumb (b) ifconfig hme0:2 plumb You can set the IP address of the interface to and turn on the interface with the following command 2. (a) ifconfig hme0:1 up (b) ifconfig hme0:2 up ifconfig-changes not saved after reboot. Ask Question Asked 3 years, 9 months ago. Active 1 year, 3 months ago. Viewed 24k times 3. I changed my network device names

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Re: Solaris "ifconfig -a" equivalent command in HP-UX Hey To answer your specific question, hpux doesn't have the ifconfig -a; you can ifconfig each interface and get the same information, but you can't do them all in one swell foop w/o writing an inline script:

Sun Solaris Servers Network Configuration Guide (SPARC Platform Only) To bind an IP address to a Network Interface Card #ifconfig -a --- to check the configuration #ifconfig qfe0 plumb --- to enable the first Network Interface Card #ifconfig qfe0 netmask up --- to bind IP address, subnet, and enable the configuration

The ifconfig utility is used to assign an address to a network interface and/or configure network interface parameters. The following options are available: address For the DARPA-Internet family, the address is either a host name present in the host name data base, hosts(5) , or a DARPA Internet address expressed in the Internet standard ``dot Solarisのネットワーク設定 # ifconfig eri0:1 plumb # ifconfig eri0:1 netmask # ifconfig eri0:1 up. 論理インタフェースを削除するには、まずインタフェースを停止してから、unplumbオプションを指定してifconfigコマンドを実行します。 Remove a virtual interface in Solaris - Tech-Recipes: A