Displays Network Terminal Accelerator (NTX) channel information. This command only applies to AIX Version 4.2 or later.
ntx_chinfo [ -u ] | [ -d Device ] [ -h ] [ Range ]
The ntx_chinfo command displays network connection information for each channel on the specified channel range. The information contains the following parameters:
|hty_no#||The minor device number of the hty port corresponding to the channel.|
|chan#||The channel number on the NTX board.|
|call_type||The channel type, either CALL_IN or CALL_OUT.|
|service||The service assigned when a channel is established.|
|client_address||The inet address of the client holding network connection on the channel. If no network connection is held, then the value corresponds to the assigned call-out address .|
|name||The name of the client holding the network connection.|
|state|| The state of the channel, can be one or several of the following values:
|-d Device||Specifies the raw device file name of the adapter. Use this option to override the default device name /dev/rhp0.|
|-h||Displays header information showing date, device name, channel type, and total number of channels configured on the device.|
|-u||Displays command usage.|
|Range|| Specifies the channel range. You can enter this range in any of the following formats:
This command returns the following exit values:
|>0||An error occurred.|
Access Control: You must have root authority to run this command.
Auditing Events: N/A
ntx_chinfo -d /dev/rhp1 -15
ntx_chinfo -d /dev/rhp1 -h 200-
|/usr/bin/ntx_chinfo||Contains the ntx_chinfo command.|
|/dev/rhp0||Default NTX raw device file name.|
Commands: ntx_chaddr, ntx_pserv.
Network Terminal Accelerator Overview in AIX Versions 3.2 and 4 Asynchronous Communications Guide