IPv6 Display - Multiple Applications
Mike Sweetser - Adhost
mikesw at adhost.com
Tue Oct 16 14:08:54 PDT 2007
Have you tried using -W on netstat? "In certain displays, avoid
truncating addresses even if this causes some fields to overflow." I
tested it on my own IPv6 server after establishing a connection and
reproduced your behavior with the truncated IPv6 addresses; however,
once I added the -W flag, it displayed the entire address.
Unfortunately, I do not see a similar flag available for the who
command...maybe a patch is in order?
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From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Michael K.
Smith - Adhost
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 1:37 PM
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Subject: IPv6 Display - Multiple Applications
I'm curious if there is any timeline for the correct display of IPv6
addresses in various displays. In particular, I'm interested in being
able to see a full address in 'who' and 'netstat' so I can track
connections to the server. Presently, the display shows:
[mksmith at slinky ~]$ who
mksmith ttyp0 Oct 16 13:26 (2001:468:1420:f:)
[mksmith at slinky ~]$ netstat -a
Active Internet connections (including servers)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address
tcp6 0 52 www6.ssh 2001:468:1420:f:.52619
The full address includes another 64 bits or the whole host portion. Is
this a bug, something in progress, or by design?
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