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Manage Networking with NetworkManager in RHEL CentOS 8

This article covers NetworkManager daemon for managing the networking service to dynamically configure and control network devices and keep connections up and active when they are available.
Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to list out all the network (socket) connections on a system.
It lists out all the tcp, udp socket connections and the unix socket connections.
To reboot Linux using the command line: To reboot the Linux system from a terminal session, sign in or “su”/”sudo” to the “root” account.
Then type “ sudo reboot ” to reboot the box. Wait for some time and the Linux server will reboot itself.

To troubleshoot network connectivity with Linux server:
i. Check your network configuration.
ii. Check the network configuration file.
iii. Check the servers DNS records.
iv. Test the connection both ways.
v. Find out where the connection fails.
vi. Firewall settings.
vii. Check Host status information.

To change the hostname in Linux Ubuntu:
i. Type the following command to edit /etc/hostname using nano or vi text editor: sudo nano /etc/hostname. Delete the old name and setup new name.
ii. Next Edit the /etc/hosts file: sudo nano /etc/hosts.
iii. Reboot the system to changes take effect: sudo reboot.

To reinstall #network service in #Linux (#Ubuntu / #Debian):
i. Use the following command to restart the server networking service. # sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart or
# sudo /etc/init.d/networking stop # sudo /etc/init.d/networking start else # sudo systemctl restart networking.
ii. Once this done, use the following command to check the server network status.

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ifconfig centos 7

This article will guide you on the steps to #install #ifconfig in #CentOS using the yum #package #manager.

The ifconfig command can tell you a lot about your Unix server's connection to your #network and the role it's playing in both generating and receiving network traffic.

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