how to find the nic card name in x86, if it is not
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Answer / pawankt
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Answer / stratovarius
Should show you an NIC listing. The sys-unconfig command is
use to reconfigure your system settings such as host names,
ip address etc, using this command should detect an
undetected NIC or a new NIC.
4.#touch /reconfigure and ok boot -r are better options if
you drop in a new nic.
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Answer / manoj
search the file called /etc/path_to_inst
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Answer / manas behera
will also do
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Answer / girish
sys-unconfig command would display , Whether nic card is
installed or not on x86(Solaris OS)
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