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Cisco ASA 5505 VPN, View IP

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I know its a reallly easy question, but how do I view the current configuration for Ip/DNS ect on a cisco ASA 5505 VPN, I'm using putty/serial connection to the VPN and it looks like linux (more than likely its not) and whenever i do Help i can't seem to find anything like "ipconfig".
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Sh run shows the entire running config

sh run | something would show onl lines with something in them

sh run | ethernet0 may get what you are looking for.  I don't have an asa in front of me to verify the last term.
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show ip

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show int ip brief
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show ip address
show nameif
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