Netmask Conversions If you have ever needed to know what a netmask looks like expressed in some other format this table of equivalents should help. It contains common IPv4 netmasks expressed in four different formats.
mtu 1280 inet 192.168.42.74 --> 192.0.2.1 netmask 0xffffff00 type in: sudo route add 192.168.1.79 192.168.42.74 I tested first with a ping and then I proved it worked by accessing the git server. When I tried using dev ppp0 for the end of the route command as mentioned above, it complained.
(PR facter/617) Changes to netmask.rb for AIX [jcitarello Note netmask 0xffffff00, which is 255.255.255.0. It appears on AIX, the hexadecimal is prepended with '0x', as is handled by the BSD block below the SunOS block in util/netmask.rb. Does your ifconfig show a netstat not prepended with '0x'? What version of AIX are you running? How to Set hostname & Static IP address on FreeBSD 12 Dec 15, 2018
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Delete network alias | The FreeBSD Forums Feb 02, 2017 5. Network Configuration - FreeBSD Instead of a generic ethX identifier that Linux ® uses to identify a network interface, FreeBSD uses the driver name followed by a number. The following output from ifconfig (8) shows two Intel ® Pro 1000 network interfaces (em0 and em1): % ifconfig em0: flags=8843