You can use the netstat command to display additional information about source-specific routes that are created by forward tunnels and reverse tunnels. See the netstat(1M) man page for more information about this command.
Become superuser or assume an equivalent role on the system where you are enabling Mobile IP.
Roles contain authorizations and privileged commands. For more information about roles, see Configuring RBAC (Task Map) in System Administration Guide: Security Services.
Display the mobility routes.
# netstat -rn
The following example shows the routes for a foreign agent that uses a reverse tunnel.
Routing Table: IPv4 Source-Specific Destination In If Source Gateway Flags Use Out If -------------- ------- ------------ --------- ----- ---- ------- 10.6.32.11 ip.tun1 -- 10.6.32.97 UH 0 hme1 -- hme1 10.6.32.11 -- U 0 ip.tun1
The first line indicates that the destination IP address 10.6.32.11 and the incoming interface ip.tun1 select hme1 as the interface that forwards the packets. The next line indicates that any packet originating from interface hme1 and source address 10.6.32.11 must be forwarded to ip.tun1.