ifconfig — a standard Linux command to configure network interfaces
The ifconfig command displays the status and configuration of network interfaces and can make temporary changes to interface configurations.
Type help ifconfig on the command line for more information about the options available for ifconfig. The information that is displayed may contain references to commands that are not available on Symantec Messaging Gateway.
This command is a standard Linux command that has not been modified.
Imported Document ID: HOWTO92641
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