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Linux Networking Commands

Linux Networking Commands

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LINUXNETWORKING COMMANDS
1.
 
ARP
:
Displays, adds and removes Address Resolution Protocol information from network devices.
2.
 
DIG
:
 
dig [@
server 
]
[
options
]
[
name
]
[
type
]
[
class
]
[
query-options
]
dig @
server 
 
name
 
type
dig -hThe
dig
command is used to query DNS servers; it is more flexible than the
 
deprecated
nslookup
command
.
When invoked with just the
-h
option, it displays a list of 
 
options for the command
.
If you use it without any options or arguments, it will search forthe root server
.
 
 
3
.
 
IfConfig
:
 
ifconfig
(short for interface configuration) is a system administration utility in Unix-
 
like operating systems to configure, control, and query TCP/IP network interface parameters fromacommand line interface.4.
 
Ping
:
Helps in determining TCP/IPNetworksIP address as well as determine issues with thenetwork and assists in resolving them.
 
5
.
 
NETSTAT
:
The netstat command is used to display theTCP/IPnetwork protocol statistics andinformation.6.
 
Nslookup
:
MS-DOS utility that enables a user to look up an IP address of a domain or host on anetwork.

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