How to install missing ifconfig command on Debian Linux

Hi there, I need your help in understanding the below Solaris 10 ifconfig output; athnetspns02>ifconfig -a lo0: flags=2001000849 mtu 8232 index 1 inet netmask ff000000 e1000g0: 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: The ifconfig command gives you the ability to configure network interfaces. Of course, you can also fetch information related to network interfaces with this tool. Following is its syntax: ifconfig [-v] [-a] [-s] [interface] ifconfig command To display your IP address in Linux, you can use the ifconfig command. This command can also be used to configure, disable and enable a network interface. Used without any options, ifconfig displays network settings of all network interfaces on the system:

Oct 03, 2003

The ifconfig -a command output displays the various flags related to IPMP and interface configuration. 1. interfaces configured for IPMP missing the "UP" and/or "RUNNING" flag in the ifconfig -a output 2. interfaces configured for IPMP showing as "FAILED" in "ifconfig -a" output Administering Logical Network Interfaces

Dec 28, 2017

what is plumb and unplumb in ifconfig in Solaris 10 An ethernet interface "hme0" (use ifconfig -a to identify the names of your interfaces), you can create a subinterface called hme0:1 with the following command: 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. Ifconfig DHCP : Configure Your DHCP from the Command Line The ifconfig command is the DHCP utility program that is found in Unix-based operating systems. It allows you to configure your TCP/IP address parameters, and to control and query it in general. If you’re familiar with Windows operating systems, you might recognize the ipconfig command that lets you access the Windows DHCP client.