Networking commands in Linux operating system

Networking commands are not only for people networking people or interview going people in networking or some server related work. These commands are universal and this can be helpful at any time, any place when you are a Linux operating system. Because always companies hiring freshers who are good at networking with Linux operating system commands to protect their servers. Here’s the link for basic commands in Linux. Click Here

ipconfig = This command is used to display the route of your internet connection(ip address)

ping = It will create a connection between to node or another network or server.

nslookup = This command will print the Domain Name Search(DNS) and its similar information.

netstat = network statics which is used to print the network connection.

ip = This is the replacement command of ipconfig.

traceroute = This command can check the network whether the network has any error. It required some privileges.

tracepath = This command is also like traceroute, but it doesn’t require any privileges.

dig = It asks the information regarding the DNS(Domain Name Search)

arp = It displays the information regarding kernel.

hostname = It will reveal the hostname or details regarding the host.

curl = This displays the information regarding the link.

tcpdump = This is trying to solve the network problems in Linux.

ss = This is an important command regarding the TCP sockets.

who.is = This is to check and display the information about the user.