How to Check network in Solaris?
On solaris SPARC systems, we can watch individual interfaces to see if they have a link. At the OBP prompt on the client, use the “watch-net-all” command to test and see the network devices.
How do you check if a port is being used in Solaris?
- Open a terminal session.
- Type the command “netstat -an” to obtain a list of all the open ports.
- Type the command “netstat -an | grep 8080” to determine whether port “8080” is open. You can replace “8080” with any specific port that you are looking for.
- Type the command “exit” to close the terminal session.
What is snoop command?
You can use the snoop command to monitor the state of data transfers. snoop captures network packets and displays their contents in the format that you specify. Packets can be displayed as soon as they are received, or saved to a file.
What is Ipstat?
The ipstat command is used to gather and report statistics about IP traffic on a server based on the selected output mode and sort order that is specified in the command syntax.
How do I create a network interface in Solaris 11?
Configuring the IP address
- Step 1 : Set the NCP. We would set the NCP to DefaultFixed profile in order to configure the IP address manually.
- Step 2 : Check the link status. The command “dladm show-dev” does not work in Solaris 11.
- Step 3 : Create a new interface.
- Step 4 : Creating IP address.
What is Time_wait in netstat?
TCP TIME_WAIT is a normal TCP protocol operation, it means after delivering the last FIN-ACK, client side will wait for double maximum segment life (MSL) Time to pass to be sure the remote TCP received the acknowledgement of its connection termination request.
What is snoop Solaris?
Snoop is a inbuilt packet analyzer tool in oracle Solaris operating system.It is used for network troubleshooting and analysis. But normal user do not have permission to run snoop command. Only root user can run it. Snoop command having option to redirect the output to file.
What is Vmstat and iostat?
vmstat command (also known as virtual memory statistic tool) shows information about processes, memory, disk, and CPU activity in Linux, whereas the iostat command is used to monitor CPU utilization, system input/output statistics for all the disks and partitions.