From a previous blog post I talked about some of the important network related commands in LINUX Operating System. From this post I’m going to introduce some more network related commands to you.
- traceroute – This will print the route from which the packets were transfered.
- tracepath – Path to the network host.
- hostname : This will print the host name of your computer.
- nmap – Show all the open and up ports in a network.
- route – Display the routing table, also you can modify it from here.
- dig – Perform DNS lookups.
- nslookup – Query DNS server.
- host – Convert IP addresses in to names and vice versa.
- arp – Address resolution protocol.
- ethtool – Query or control network driver and hardware settings.
- iwconfig : Configure a wireless network interface.
- finger – User information lookup.
- whois : Searches for an object.
- ss – Same as netstat command.
From this post I talked about another most important network related commands in LINUX. Hope now you have a clear idea about network related commands in LINUX. See you soon with another interesting topic. Thank You!