Do You Know the New Linux Networking Commands?
Back in April, I explained the new network interface names. Instead of eth0 it’s something like enp0s4 or p7p1. Let’s see how to check the settings. Run these commands on your system and play along! Physical Devices First, what are the network class devices? This system has two Ethernet interfaces: $ ls -l /sys/class/net total […]
Do You Know the New Names for Linux Network Interfaces?
Do you know how to check the IP address of a Linux server? “Of course!”, you say, and you type this: $ ifconfig eth0 Not anymore! Both the command ifconfig and the interface name eth0 have been obsolete for a few years now. However, many organizations still use something like Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, […]
Software-Defined Networking Runs Large Data Centers
Learning Tree’s new Software Defined Networking course just had its test run, and when the course starts running in January, I think it will be a popular one. Software Defined Networking (or SDN) has been a crucial part of telecommunication carrier networking for years, and now a form of it is moving into the data […]