Tag: Networking Commands

NMState: A Declarative Networking Config Tool for Linux

The Linux ecosystem provides numerous ways of configuring networking including the popular Network Manager daemon and command-line tools such as nmcli and nmtui GUI utility. This guide introduces yet another network configuration tool known as

13 Linux Network Configuration and Troubleshooting Commands

Computers are connected in a network to exchange information or resources with each other. Two or more computers are connected through network media called a computer network. There is a number of network devices or

10 Useful “IP” Commands to Configure Network Interfaces

The ip command is a new networking command-line utility that is used to assign an IP address to a network interface or configure/update useful network variables on a Linux system. It is a part of

12 Tcpdump Commands – A Network Sniffer Tool

In our previous article, we have seen 20 Netstat Commands (netstat now replaced by ss command) to monitor or manage a Linux network. This is our another ongoing series of packet sniffer tool called tcpdump.

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

ifconfig in short “interface configuration” utility for system/network administration in Unix/Linux operating systems to configure, manage and query network interface parameters via command-line interface or in a system configuration scripts. [ You might also like:

22 Linux Networking Commands for Sysadmin

A system administrator’s routine tasks include configuring, maintaining, troubleshooting, and managing servers and networks within data centers. There are numerous tools and utilities in Linux designed for administrative purposes. In this article, we will review

LFCA: Learn Basic Networking Commands – Part 4

At any given time when using your PC which is connected to a router, you will be part of a network. Whether you are in an office environment or simply working from home, your computer

How to Configure Static IP Address on Ubuntu 20.04

Usually, when a client system connects to a network via WiFi or an ethernet cable, it automatically picks an IP address from the router. This is made possible through the DHCP server which auto-assigns IP

How to Install vnStat and vnStati to Monitor Network Traffic in Linux

VnStat is a console-based network traffic monitoring tool design for Linux and BSD. It will keep a log of the network traffic for selected network interfaces. To generate the logs, vnStat uses the information provided