13 Linux Network Configuration and Troubleshooting Commands

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50 Responses

  1. Pawan kumar says:

    dns is replying fine but internet is not working in Ubuntu.

    • Ethan Olmstead says:

      Easy fix, is your ping responding? if not check with the command “route -n” and make sure your gateways are lining up. If not type the command (With your IP address of your router, my example is the basic 192.168.1.1… “route add default gw 192.168.1.1” Then check the internet once again.

  2. ZapusT says:

    system-config-network doesn’t work on my KDE Neon

  3. Jeff Silverman says:

    This article is so out of date that it should be removed. In particular, use the ip command and use tracepath, not traceroute.

  4. Fábio says:

    Excellent list, all commands are very useful.

  5. Mir Shakil says:

    some command not working on kali

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