My original post:
> # ifconfig -a
> afddi0: flags=63<UP,BROADCAST,NOTRAILERS,RUNNING>
> inet x.y.z.a netmask ff000000 broadcast x.0.0.0
> mtu 4352, off-net mtu 1500 ether a:b:c:d:e
> How do I determine at what speed this interface is functioning? >
> The ndd commands are for Solaris. This machine is 4.1.1. I'd > >
>also appreciate the command for checking the speed on an hme
Bismark Espinoza thought it wasn't possible. He suggested I try looking at
the kernel for network speeds using adb. Couldn't figure that one out.
Joel Lee asked if I'd looked at the dmesg output and searched for uplink.
This machine is a production machine which was last booted many, many moons
ago. I don't have access to the syslog from that time either.
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