Use the ipadm show-ifprop interface command to obtain information about the properties of IP interfaces. If you do not specify a property or an interface, then information about all of the properties of all of the IP interfaces on the system is displayed.
The fields in the command output refer to the following:
Refers to the IP interface whose information is being displayed.
Refers to a property of the interface. An interface can have several properties.
Refers to the protocol to which the property applies, which can be either IPv4 or IPv6.
Refers to the allowed permissions of a given property, which can be read only, write only, or both.
Indicates the current value of the property in the active configuration.
Refers to the value of the property that is reapplied when the system is rebooted.
Indicates the default value of the specified property.
Refers to a list of values that can be assigned to the specified property. For numeric values, a range of acceptable values is displayed.
The following example shows the type of information that the show-ifprop subcommand displays:
# ipadm show-ifprop -p mtu net1 IFNAME PROPERTY PROTO PERM CURRENT PERSISTENT DEFAULT POSSIBLE net1 mtu ipv4 rw 1500 -- 1500 68-1500 net1 mtu ipv6 rw 1500 -- 1500 1280-1500