What Command to use to find out how many Nic Cards are installed on a Sun Unix Server?

I need to find out how many network cards are active or installed on a Sun Unix server. Could someone tell me the unix command to use to display this info? I can't use SAM because I dont have root access. Thanks.
matrix0511Asked:
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ChrisN131Commented:
try this kstat -c net | grep net
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BeholdasonCommented:
dladm show-dev

maybe?
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omarfaridCommented:
on sun solaris use as root

/usr/platform/`uname -m`/sbin/prtdiag -v

and look for network devices

or use

ifconfig -a

which will display interfaces names
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gheistCommented:
ifconfig -l (smaLL eLL)
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Yusuf EfendiSystem EngineerCommented:
prtdiag -v (and find "network")
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omarfaridCommented:
already gave command in #24462175
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