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   * ''​[[:​cmd:​route]]''​   * ''​[[:​cmd:​route]]''​
   * ''​[[:​cmd:​ipstat]]''​   * ''​[[:​cmd:​ipstat]]''​
-  * ''​[[:​cfg:​bustype]]''​ 
-  * ''​[[:​cfg:​busloc]]''​ 
-  * ''​[[:​cfg:​chip]]''​ 
   * [[:cmd|List of all iPXE commands]]   * [[:cmd|List of all iPXE commands]]
  
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 ''​ifstat''​ displays information about the physical network interface. ​ To view information about the IP addresses assigned to the network interface, you can use the ''​[[:​cmd:​route]]''​ command. ​ To view statistics about IP traffic, you can use the ''​[[:​cmd:​ipstat]]''​ command. ''​ifstat''​ displays information about the physical network interface. ​ To view information about the IP addresses assigned to the network interface, you can use the ''​[[:​cmd:​route]]''​ command. ​ To view statistics about IP traffic, you can use the ''​[[:​cmd:​ipstat]]''​ command.
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 +You can access some information about network devices from within an iPXE [[:​scripting|script]] using the ''​[[:​cfg:​mac]]'',​ ''​[[:​cfg:​bustype]]'',​ ''​[[:​cfg:​busloc]]'',​ and ''​[[:​cfg:​chip]]''​ settings. ​ For example:
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 +    echo Interface net0 (${net0/​mac}) is at PCI${net0/​busloc:​busdevfn} using driver ${net0/​chip}
  
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