How do we know how many lan cards we have in server?

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sampath_skr

  • Aug 11th, 2006
 

Just Type in the following command at prompt#ifconfig -a.That shall give the LAN Cards as well as total Physical and Logical IP Addresses

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Chikki

  • Aug 29th, 2006
 

If Lan cards  configured then only you can see using '#ifconfig -a 'command .If not already configured but attached to your server you can check those by using '#prtdiag'command

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Jerry Gallagher

  • Oct 3rd, 2006
 

I would recommend # prtdiag |grep net. It tells you where the nic is physically located as well as the interface class 1648 is bge 35 is ce, etc ...

chaitu

  • Oct 4th, 2006
 

i have one more option, ifconfig -a will display no. of lan cards, but only after u configure ip addresses .... if u want to see the lan cards for new system .... cat /etc/path_to_instance |grep network

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Suresh

  • Jun 15th, 2007
 

Use the command # ifconfig -a plumb
Regards
Suresh.

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Use the dladm command to find out the NIC cards present in the server ..

'dladm show-dev'
'dladm link-state'

Both this command will help you in find out the number of cards(NICs) present in your server and what are the status of each NIC card.

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Nabhan

  • Jan 14th, 2012
 

ifconfig -a will only show the plumbed interfaces

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Rajendra Jadhav

  • Jun 7th, 2012
 

We can use below commands also to check how many LAN cards:
kstat -c net | grep net
/usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v

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Sunil Kamba Vasu

  • Oct 29th, 2012
 

dladm show-dev
ifconfig -a (for configured LAN cards)

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irfan khan silicon

  • Apr 28th, 2014
 

dladm show -dev

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sudheer

  • Dec 2nd, 2014
 

dladm show-link might work

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Roshik

  • Feb 18th, 2015
 

#dladm show -dev
ok>watch-net-all

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Srinivas

  • Jun 21st, 2015
 

grep -i net /etc/path_to_inst
dsmg |grep -i net

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Philemon I Elaigwu

  • Jul 23rd, 2017
 

dladm Show-link for solaris 10
ifconfig -a should show you network setup

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