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FAQ-How to Check the Working Mode of Current Network Card in Solaris System

Publication Date:  2019-07-04 Views:  112 Downloads:  0

Issue Description

Q:
How to check the working mode of current network card in Solaris system?

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

A:
The dmesg command provided by the operating system can be used to check the connection rate.
For example:
root@N2000Server # dmesg |grep link                                             
Sep 18 10:26:54 N2000Server bge:  ID XXXX kern.info NOTICE: bge0: link up 100
Mbps Full-Duplex (initialized) 
This shows the network card works under the 100 M full duplex model.

Root Cause

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