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Linux routers and your thoughts

I really would like to know networking's thoughts on linux routers and linux networking in general. What some people have done with their servers and what they are set up to do. Do you guys use linux gateways for things such as rotation of IP's?

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  • jetsujetsu Posts: 6

    @jetsu said:
    I really would like to know networking's thoughts on linux routers and linux networking in general. What some people have done with their servers and what they are set up to do. Do you guys use linux gateways for things such as rotation of IP's https://trackeasy.fun/usps/?

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  • Yes, some people use Linux Gateway for things like rotation of IP and also to check the default gateway or router IP address using Linux

    Command to check the default gateway or router IP address:

    • Route command: The route command is used to show and manipulate an IP route table.

    • IP command: The IP command is similar to if configuration, which is very familiar for assigning static IP addresses, routes and default ways, etc.

    • Netstat command: Netstat ("network statistics") is a command-line tool that displays network connection related information (both incoming and outgoing) such as routing tables, mascara connections, multicast subscriptions, and multiple network interfaces.

    • Rule command: The rule command is used to list the root of the graceful output format.

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