How to use the "dlpiping" command to test VERITAS Cluster Server heartbeat interfaces
Note that the examples above use device interfaces from a Solaris system as an example.
Other platform device naming conventions differ from the Solaris naming conventions.
Example network device naming for other platforms are shown below.
For Linux, interface names are simply "eth0" or "eth1", etc. So an example Linux command could be:
# /opt/VRTSllt/dlpiping -s eth0
For AIX, interface names follow the pattern of "dev/dlpi/(interface)". So an example AIX command could be (for an interface 'en1'):
# /opt/VRTSllt/dlpiping -s /dev/dlpi/en:1