The following commands can be used to troubleshoot TCP/IP. For more details on these commands, see Chapter 3:
Query the DNS name service.
Provide information about the basic configuration of the network interface.
On many systems used to start or stop a network interface.
Tools commonly used to configure a wireless network interface.
Read and write data across a network connection.
Display network status.
Indicate whether a remote host can be reached.
Allows you to read and set default gateway information, as well as static routes.
Dump network packet information to the screen or to file.
Trace route taken by packets to reach network host.