Quickly find out which IP interface a device is connected to

Learn an easy way to find out the network interface a specific device is using to access your iSeries server.

To find out the network interface a specific device is using to access your iSeries server, proceed as follows...

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1. Enter command NETSTAT
2. Choose option ". Work with TCP/IP connection status"
3. Use function key F11 twice to see the "Local Address" column

This might be very useful if you want to be sure no one is using a network interface that you plan to uninstall from your server.

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This was last published in August 2004

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