13 Linux Network Configuration and Troubleshooting Commands

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27 Responses

  1. overall the content is good

  2. sravanthi says:

    will u please give the clear information regarding the nslookup command in linux

  3. mkod says:

    Thanks for the comprehensive definitions and examples.

  4. Gert says:

    Hi

    if I set up a VPN to a server using Windows, I am able to ping to the server (192.168.1.1) AND to a desktop in the server network (i.e. 192.168.1.221). When I do the same under Linux I can ping to the server, but not anymore to the desktop linked to the server (i.e. 192.168.1.221).

    Any suggestion what tool I could use to discover the problem?

    Gert

  5. mahamdsuliman says:

    if i use ndis wrapper to install my wireless driver in Centos 6.5 an i can’t find a record which identify my wireless driver and i can’t find a record in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts which show me lo and eth0 only !!!!!!!!

  6. subhani says:

    i want to know what is the command for inseting data into existing file in anyware instead of vi editor

    pls let me know

  7. Reynaldo says:

    which is the program that contains the package “system-config-network” ??

  8. Shiv says:

    what is the command in Linux to find traffic between to IPS … i.e Source IP and Destination IP

  9. Dave says:

    I believe ping is the “packet internet groper”, not “gopher” as indicated

  10. praveen says:

    we are not able to ping the gateway ip. how can i check this. can you please advice me.

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