Given the address of a kernel MI_O, filter and display the MI_O or its payload. If the -p option is specified, then the address of the corresponding payload of the MI_O is displayed, otherwise the MI_O itself is displayed. Specifying filter -d or -m enables the dcmd to filter device or module MI_O objects respectively.
Show network statistics and active connections. If the -a option is present, the state of all sockets is displayed. If the -v option is present, more verbose output is displayed. If the -f option is present, only connections associated with the specified address family are displayed. If the -P option is present, only connections associated with the specified protocols are displayed.
Filters and displays sonode objects. If no address is given, then the list of AF_UNIX sockets is displayed, otherwise only the specified sonode is displayed. If the -f option is present, then only sockets of the given family will be output. If the -t option is present, then only sonodes of the given type will be output. If the -p option is present, then only sockets of the given protocol will be displayed.
Filters and displays tcpb objects. If no address is specified, all connections are walked, otherwise only the specified tcpb is filtered/displayed. Specifying -a filters for only active connections and -P can be used to filter for TCP IPv4 or IPv6 connections. The tcpb dcmd is intelligent about filtering TCP connections, and if a IPv6 TCP connection is in a state that would still facilitate a IPv4 connection, the -P filter considers the connection as both IPv4 and IPv6 in much the same way that ::netstat does. If the dcmd is not being used as a filter and the -v option is specified, then the output of the dcmd will be verbose.