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Mickaletto 04-09-2009 11:53 AM

Find out network settings in SCO Unix
 
Hello to all,
I'm using SCO Unix. I need to find out network settings (IP address, subnet mask nad gateway). What command to use? I tried with ifconfig, but that's not it.
Basically, I need something similar to ipconfig command in Windows.
Thank you

Vit77 04-09-2009 12:05 PM

Hi Mickaletto,

In SCO OpenServer there is 'scoadmin' utility which worked great for me.
It's type of interactive administration environment. Launch it under root user.
Next select Network (or something like that) and have fun!

choogendyk 04-20-2009 11:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mickaletto (Post 3503677)
I'm using SCO Unix. I need to find out network settings (IP address, subnet mask nad gateway). What command to use? I tried with ifconfig, but that's not it.

"That's not it"? Did you try `ifconfig -a`? Or `man ifconfig`?

The "-a" parameter should tell it to print out information about all network interfaces.

All the documentation is available and searchable online at http://www.sco.com/support/docs/.


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