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Hi..
is there a command that i can use
like 'ipconfig'
to check ip address on sun machine.

tq
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Which ip address are you talking about. to see the ip of your Solaris box, you can use:

  ifconfig -a

command,
  or simply look at your /etc/hosts file


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tq i prefer the ifconfig -a
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