11-Linux Networking Commands: Using whois, traceroute, and netstat.

In this video tutorial, I’ll explain how to use three networking commands in Linux. you can use them for diagnostic, retrieving information from the system, and for other purposes. They are: traceroute, whois, and netstat command.

The traceroute command is used to track the path from one computer to another on a local network, a wide area network, or over the Internet.

The whois command is used to retrieve the information about the website Web hosting and Domain name services.

The netstat command is used to retrieve info about connections between computers and other hosts. It tracks many types of connections and it will give you a lot of details about the IP addresses, ports, sockets, and what services and programs are running on those connections.

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Léa LOPEZ, Telecom System Administrator, Ambala College of Engineering and Applied Research, Ambala (INDIA)

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