Use this procedure to display data addresses and the group to which each address belongs. The displayed information also includes which address is available for use, depending on whether the address has been toggled by the ifconfig [up/down] command. You can also determine on which inbound or outbound interface an address can be used.
Display the IPMP address information.
$ ipmpstat -an ADDRESS STATE GROUP INBOUND OUTBOUND 192.168.10.10 up itops0 subitops0 subitops0 subitops1 192.168.10.15 up itops0 subitops1 subitops0 subitops1 18.104.22.168 up acctg1 -- -- 22.214.171.124 up acctg1 -- -- 126.96.36.199 up field2 fops0 fops0 fops3 188.8.131.52 up field2 fops3 fops0 fops3 184.108.40.206 down field2 -- --
Specifies the hostname or the data address, if the -n option is used in conjunction with the -a option.
Indicates whether the address on the IPMP interface is up, and therefore usable, or down, and therefore unusable.
Specifies the IPMP IP interface that hosts a specific data address.
Identifies the interface that receives packets for a given address. The field information might change depending on external events. For example, if a data address is down, or if no active IP interfaces remain in the IPMP group, this field will be empty. The empty field indicates that the system is not accepting IP packets that are destined for the given address.
Identifies the interface that sends packets that are using a given address as a source address. As with the INBOUND field, the OUTBOUND field information might also change depending on external events. An empty field indicates that the system is not sending out packets with the given source address. The field might be empty either because the address is down, or because no active IP interfaces remain in the group.