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HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

(OP)
I am new to HP-UX and I was wondering if someone could tell me the HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig?  I have heard of lanscan and lanadmin, but I have never used either of them.  I am basically just looking to find out how many NICs a server has and what their IP address is.

Thanks,

John

RE: HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

HP has ifconfig (in fact, the man page for ifconfig says the command was developed by HP and Berkeley). Have you done a man on ifconfig?

RE: HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

(OP)
Thanks, bi.  I must have been accidentally typing in the wrong command because I tried it a few times.  Maybe I typed ipconfig instead of ifconfig...who knows!!  

Thanks,

John

RE: HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

You could also try the man pages for lanscan and lanadmin

RE: HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

If u do lanscan then it will show u the no. of lancards attach to the system and if ifconfig <devicename> then ipaddress, netmask and network address will be shown

Regards

RE: HP-UX equivalent to ifconfig

You can also cat /etc/rc.config.d/netconf - all the config information is in there for your active devices.

lanscan will show the devices, but not all may be set up (so doing an ifconfig on an unused interface will give you an error):

oiyou:/root=> lanscan
Hardware Station        Crd Hdw   Net-Interface  NM  MAC       HP-DLPI DLPI
Path     Address        In# State NamePPA        ID  Type      Support Mjr#
0/0/0/0  0x001083F575F0 0   UP    lan0 snap0     1   ETHER     Yes     119
0/4/0/0/4/0 0x001083F86979 2   UP    lan2 snap2     2   ETHER     Yes     119
0/4/0/0/5/0 0x001083F8697A 3   UP    lan3 snap3     3   ETHER     Yes     119
0/4/0/0/6/0 0x001083F86983 4   UP    lan4 snap4     4   ETHER     Yes     119
0/4/0/0/7/0 0x001083F86982 5   UP    lan5 snap5     5   ETHER     Yes     119
1/10/0/0/4/0 0x00306E1BADD0 7   UP    lan7 snap7     6   ETHER     Yes     119
1/10/0/0/5/0 0x00306E1BADD1 8   UP    lan8 snap8     7   ETHER     Yes     119
1/10/0/0/6/0 0x00306E1BADD2 9   UP    lan9 snap9     8   ETHER     Yes     119
1/10/0/0/7/0 0x00306E1BADD3 10  UP    lan10 snap10   9   ETHER     Yes     119
1/4/0/0  0x00306E035ED7 6   UP    lan6 snap6     10  ETHER     Yes     119
0/12/0/0 0x00306E036E43 1   UP    lan1 snap1     11  ETHER     Yes     119
oiyou:/root=> ifconfig lan8
ifconfig: no such interface

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