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How to do i see how the nic is configured on a solaris machine

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I want to know what speed and whether the nic is set half or full duplex.
ifconfig shows some information but not this
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ndd -get /dev/hme link_mode

(substitute the appropriate device for hme if using a different card)

0=half duplex, 1=full duplex  
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Thanks very much a simple command but didnt seem to be listed in the books i had or web resources

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