Before digging through recipes based on networking, it is essential for you to have a basic understanding of setting up a network, the terminology and commands for assigning an IP address, adding routes, and so on. This recipe will give an overview of different commands used in GNU/Linux for networking and their usages from the basics.
Every node in a network requires many parameters to be assigned to work successfully and interconnect with other machines. Some of the different parameters are the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, route, DNS, and so on.
This recipe will introduce commands
Network interfaces are used to connect to a network. Usually, in the context ...