ifconfig is a system administration utility in Unix-like operating systems for network interface configuration. The utility is a command-line interface tool and is also used in the system startup scripts of many operating systems. It has features for configuring, controlling, and querying TCP/IP network interface parameters.
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man ifconfig. section called "INTERFACE FLAGS" FAILED The interface has failed. New addresses cannot be created on this interface. If this interface is part of an IP network multipathing group, a failover will occur to another interface in the group, if possible
Ifconfig DHCP : Configure Your DHCP from the Command Line The ifconfig command is the DHCP utility program that is found in Unix-based operating systems. It allows you to configure your TCP/IP address parameters, and to control and query it in general. If you’re familiar with Windows operating systems, you might recognize the ipconfig command that lets you access the Windows DHCP client.