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1.  Planning the Network Deployment

2.  Considerations When Using IPv6 Addresses

3.  Configuring an IPv4 Network

4.  Enabling IPv6 on the Network

5.  Administering a TCP/IP Network

Major TCP/IP Administrative Tasks (Task Map)

Monitoring Network Status With the netstat Command

How to Display Statistics by Protocol

How to Display the Status of Transport Protocols

How to Display Network Interface Status

How to Display the Status of Sockets

How to Display the Status of Transmissions for Packets of a Specific Address Type

How to Display the Status of Known Routes

Probing Remote Hosts With the ping Command

How to Determine if a Remote Host Is Running

How to Determine if a Host Is Dropping Packets

Administering and Logging Network Status Displays

How to Control the Display Output of IP-Related Commands

How to Log Actions of the IPv4 Routing Daemon

How to Trace the Activities of the IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Daemon

Displaying Routing Information With the traceroute Command

How to Find Out the Route to a Remote Host

How to Trace All Routes

Monitoring Packet Transfers With the snoop Command

How to Check Packets From All Interfaces

How to Capture snoop Output Into a File

How to Check Packets Between an IPv4 Server and a Client

How to Monitor IPv6 Network Traffic

Monitoring Packets by Using IP Layer Devices

How to Check Packets on the IP Layer

Examples of Checking Packets

Administering Default Address Selection

How to Administer the IPv6 Address Selection Policy Table

How to Modify the IPv6 Address Selection Table for the Current Session Only

6.  Configuring IP Tunnels

7.  IPv4 Reference

8.  IPv6 Reference


Chapter 5

Administering a TCP/IP Network

This chapter contains tasks for administering a TCP/IP network. The following topics are covered:

Note - To monitor network interfaces, see Monitoring IP Interfaces and Addresses in Connecting Systems Using Fixed Network Configuration in Oracle Solaris 11.1.

The tasks assume that you have an operational TCP/IP network at your site, either IPv4-only or dual-stack IPv4/IPv6. If you want to implement IPv6 at your site but have not done so, refer to following chapters for more information: