Linux Networking Tools

#1

For those that are interested here is a list of the utilities that I went through in my talk yesterday.
Feel free to ask any questions you may have and let me know if there is a topic you would like a more in depth discussion on.
I also uploaded a copy of my presentation here LUG_Lesson_09-12-2017.odp (44.6 KB)

• mtr
• ping / fping
• traceroute / tracepath
• wireshark / GUI and Terminal
• tcpdump – collects similar data to wireshark without the anylization features
• dig / drill / nslookup / host
• ifconfig / BSD ifconfig
• iwconfig – linux wireless configuration
• wpa_supplicant
• arp-scan – IP scanner
• nmap – port scanner
• iftop – bandwidth monitor
• netstat
• tmux
• ssh / config / ssh-keygen / authorizedkeys / scp
• telnet
• netcat / ncat
• route
• resolve.conf
• hosts (file) {stevenblack}
• whatmask / sipcalc
• tftp / ftp / sftp
• showmount / nfs
• vnc
• samba
• unbound / bind / nsd
• dhclient / dhcpd
• dhcp (server)
• openvpn
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#2

During my presentation I mentioned a video on SSH done by Michael Lucas. Here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnkG9_jy2qc This is one of the most comprehensive discussions explaining the capabilities of SSH I have found.

#3

This is an awesome list. Thanks for the great presentation, and for posting these tools.