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Section - 5.7.8 How do I determine the speed and duplexity of my network interface?

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Updated: 04/19/01

Use the lanadmin(1M) tool as follows:

  # echo "lan display quit" | lanadmin

The "Description" line shows the duplexity, if the network interface
supports something other than half duplex.  The "Speed" line shows the
speed in bits per second (bps).

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