:check network connectivity between two devices
Traceroute:trace the path to destination and time it takes to reach each hop.
:manage network routing and traffic control such as
set up network interfaces, routes, and filters
There are several Linux commands that can help increase network connectivity. Here are some examples:
Ping: The ping command is used to check network connectivity between two devices. It sends a packet to a specified IP address and waits for a response. If the response is received, it means that the network is connected.
Traceroute: The traceroute command is used to trace the path that a packet takes to reach a destination. It shows each hop that the packet makes and the time it takes to reach each hop.
Netstat: The netstat command is used to display network statistics. It shows the active connections, open ports, and network interfaces on the system.
ifconfig: The ifconfig command is used to configure and display network interfaces. It shows the IP address, netmask, and other information about each interface.
ifconfig eth0 up
iproute2: The iproute2 command is used to manage network routing and traffic control. It can be used to set up network interfaces, routes, and filters.
ip route add default via 192.168.0.1 dev eth0
By using these commands, you can diagnose and fix network connectivity issues and improve your network performance.