ipconfig

Danielsan

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I'm new user of OS X and I don't know Unix a lot so I think someone of you can help me.

I there something like win command "ipconfig" in OSX?

Does OS X support Dynamic DNS?(client side)
Insertin it manually Dns works well but OSX dind't register automatically to it (win 2000 server)

Thanks
 

Tigger

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On Linux the command is ifconfig , I don't know if it is the same for OS X, but I think so.
 

Danielsan

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Thanks a lot, "ifconfig -a" gave me some of the information I need but where can I check if the DHCP server passed the right default gateway and the DNS server to OSX?

Thanks again
 

Danielsan

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In system preferences> network> built in Ethernet>TCP/IP

I can see only TCP/IP address but not default gateway and Dns Server (I did't put them manually) there is a DHCP server that passes the addresses to the clients, what I need is something like "ipconfig /all" (windows NT or Windows 2000) :(

Thanks to all


 

blb

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To see the routing the system is using, use 'netstat -r', or to avoid name resolution, 'netstat -rn'.

DNS would be either 'cat /etc/resolv.conf' if it rewrites that, or more likely the entry in NetInfo, which can be seen with 'nidump resolv.conf .'
 

holmBrew

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you can also get this infor via the Network Utility application found in Applications/Utilities folder..
 
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