In this fourth and penultimate part of our current post series, related to the most useful "Basic Linux Commands for 2023", we will continue with more generic linux commands located within a category related to the possibility of being able to manage the information of elements and processes of the Network, in many GNU / Linux Operating Systems.
In such a way, to continue contributing practical and current content especially for those who, to this day, consider themselves newbies and beginners of GNU/Linux Distributions. For now, with this guide we have 50 commands, and we hope to contribute some 10 more commands in the fifth and last part, and then resume post about Shell Scripting.
And, before starting this post about the fourth and penultimate part from our series of Useful “basic Linux commands” for newbies in 2023We recommend that you then explore related contents following:
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Commands for manage the information of elements and processes of the Network
ip- Modern command that allows managing all the information associated with network interfaces.
ifconfig- Old command that allows managing all the information associated with network interfaces.
iwconfig- It allows managing the information associated with the wireless interfaces installed in the OS.
nmcli- Manages all information associated with network interfaces via Network Manager.
wpa_cli- Manages all information associated with network interfaces wireless via WPASupplicant.
ping- Allows you to verify the current connection to other hosts on the network using the ICMP protocol.
route– Manages the IP routing table to establish static routes to other hosts and networks.
traceroute- PAllows you to route data packets from one system to another host over a network.
nslookup- It allows verify DNS information about other hosts, interactively.
dig– Allows you to consult DNS name servers for troubleshoot DNS.
netstat- Displays information about currently active network connections on the system, and more.
iptables– Allows you to manage the Linux kernel IPv4 and IPv6 packet filter rule tables.
resolvctl- It allows resolve domain names, IPv4 /IPv6 addresses, and DNS resource records.
mii-tool– Manage the status of the media independent interface (MII) unit of a network interface to automatically negotiate the link speed and duplex settings.
Note: Click on the name of each command in case you want to know more about it. When doing so, the corresponding link to its official section will be opened in the Debian GNU/Linux Manpages, in Spanish, and failing that, in English.
So far, we have arrived with the fourth and penultimate part of our series of quick guides de "Basic Linux Commands for 2023", ideal for newbies and beginners of GNU/Linux Distributions. However, if you know of any other useful and frequent terminal command, capable of being useful to a novice or beginner. And, that I can go in this category of information management of network elements and processesit will be a pleasure to meet you through the comments.
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