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How to configure IPMP/APA in HP-UX 11.23

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Hi EE, How to configure IPMP/APA in HP-UX 11.23, also how to check eth network linking detection? (like ethtool eth0 able to check this info in Linux)
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The configuration is done in /etc/rc.config.d/hp_apaconf and hp_apaportconf; As I recall, the format of the config files is fairly self-explanatory, but there's a how-to at
http://www.sysadminshare.com/2011/11/quick-guide-to-configure-link.html

Use `lanscan` to list the NICs, then `lanadmin -x N` (where N is the interface number from "lanscan") to check NIC status.

Also check for messages in /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log
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