Do you know which Linux commands can solve your network issues in minutes? Here are five commands that can help you.
ifconfig: short for 'interface configuration,' is used to display and configure network interfaces.
netstat: The netstat command is used to display network connections, routing tables, and other network statistics.
tcpdump: captures and analyzes network packets, aiding in detailed traffic investigation
ping: used to test network connectivity by sending ICMP echo requests to a remote host and waiting for a response.
nslookup: used to query DNS servers for information about a domain name or IP address.
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