15 Useful “ifconfig” Commands to Configure Network Interface in Linux

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  1. shobhit says:

    wow !! really i could never expect these type of content … really u doing great job .. and thanks alot .

  2. bsher adam alnor says:

    thank you for all points

  3. cnd says:

    So how do we set the gateway ?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @cnd,

      Use the following route command to add default gateway in Linux.

      # route add default gw {IP-ADDRESS} {INTERFACE-NAME}
      
  4. thanks guys for all of your cooperation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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