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Linux ifconfig, demystified

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The network interface configuration utility for Linux...
ifconfig - the ubiquitous command bundled with any Unix/Linux OS is used to setup any/all the network interfaces such as ethernet, wireless, modem and so on that are connected to your computer. ifconfig command provides a wealth of knowledge to any person who takes the time to look at its output. Commonly, the ifconfig command is used for the following tasks:
 read more | score:6049 | -Ray, December 12, 2006
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