Equivalent to ifconfig -a in HPUX

for i in `netstat -rn |grep lan |cut -c55-60 |sort |uniq`; do ifconfig $i; done
HP UX doesn't have a -a switch in the ifconfig command. This line emulates the same result shown in Solaris, AIX or Linux
Sample Output
for i in `netstat -rn |grep lan |cut -c55-59 |sort |uniq`; do ifconfig $i; done

        inet netmask ff000000 broadcast
        inet 1.1.x.x netmask ffffff00 broadcast
        inet 1.2.x.x netmask ffff0000 broadcast

By: Kaio
2010-01-28 17:35:20

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What Others Think

Eh...Doesn't work in SUSE or Ubuntu. You don't have 'ip' tool in your distro?
zolden · 641 weeks and 3 days ago
It's intented for Unix HPUX, not for Linux.
Kaio · 633 weeks and 2 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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