For information about IP address properties, use the ipadm show-addrprop addrobj command. To list all of the properties, omit the addrobj option. To list a single property for all of the IP addresses, specify just that property. To display all of the properties of a specific address, specify just the addrobj option.
The fields in the command output refer to the following:
Refers to the address object whose properties are being listed.
Refers to a property of the address object. An address object can have several properties.
Refers to the allowed permissions of a given property, which can be read only, write only, or both.
Refers to the actual value of the property in the present 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 is an example of the type of information that the show-addrprop subcommand displays:
# ipadm show-addrprop net1/v4 ADDROBJ PROPERTY PERM CURRENT PERSISTENT DEFAULT POSSIBLE net1/v4 broadcast r- 192.168.84.255 -- 192.168.84.255 -- net1/v4 deprecated rw off -- off on,off net1/v4 prefixlen rw 24 24 24 1-30,32 net1/v4 private rw off -- off on,off net1/v4 transmit rw on -- on on,off net1/v4 zone rw global -- global --