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Show IP Address binding on MAC 10.6

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Is there a way to show the IP address, gateway, DNS .. binded to network card or wireless card ?

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System Preferences -> System -> Networking

Lists your network devices and their settings.
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Thanks, how to open the command line in MAC ?

Many thanks.
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finder->Applications->Utilities->Terminal
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also you can select under the apple menu top left - about this mac - more info - then choose network in the left list and ethernet, or other, in the active services window to quickly see the details you need
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