Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ifconfig – Linux

ifconfig– to display interface status in Linux Without any arguments it displays all active interfaces. With “–a” it shows both active and inactive interfaces Advertisements

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Traceroute

Traceroute – to print the path from local host to destination address. Traceroute can be send UDP probe(by default), TCP SYN or ICMP-Echo with TTL value incremented for each hop. Tracing completes once it receives ICMP “port unreachable” message or … Continue reading

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Ping

Ping/ping6 – to check connectivity to ipv4/ipv6 host. Available options: -b : to ping broadcast IP

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Route

route– to show kernel routing table and to add/delete static route in linux Routing table is saved in /proc/net/route file (for IPv4)

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