Category: Network

How to Assign IP Addresses On-Fly on Debian Based Linux Distributions

This article will guide you on how you can manipulate IP Addresses and routes using the Command Line on Debian-based Linux Distributions, especially on systems without and Graphical User Interface. The standard commands used to manage network configurations on almost every Linux system are: ifconfig, ip and route. While this commands are used to change network …

Configure Permanent Static IP Address and Alias Interfaces on Debian-based Systems

By default most of Debian-based systems use DHCP dynamic method in order to assign IP Addresses on network interfaces. This tutorial will guide you on how you can assign permanent manual Static IP Address on network cards or create permanent Virtual Network Interfaces in order to assign multiple IP Addresses on physical network devices on Debian-based …

How to make permanent DNS changes to resolv.conf file on Ubuntu

DNS system is the networking service responsible with mapping IP Addresses to names or vice-versa, making easy for humans to identify hosts, servers or other equipment on a network based on their names. On Ubuntu, the /etc/resolv.conf file is responsible with resolving system-wide domain name mapping by sending DNS queries to the nameservers IP Addresses. The …

How to Assign IP Addresses On-Fly on Debian Based Linux Distributions

This article will guide you on how you can manipulate IP Addresses and routes using the Command Line on Debian-based Linux Distributions, especially on systems without and Graphical User Interface. The standard commands used to manage network configurations on almost every Linux system are: ifconfig, ip and route. While this commands are used to change network …