VMS IP Commands For TCP/IP Services

As the system administrator (“SYSTEM”), one can use and maintain TCP/IP services in various ways. The below are all CLI commands, with DCL. (Note: Exclamation marks, i.e. “!”, denote comments.) relating to VMS IP Commands. To display the current configuration, the most rapid way would be by invoking the following command: $ SHOW NETWORK With […]

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Unix IP Commands For TCP/IP Services

Consequently Unix IP commands executed at the command line to help network administrators perform their job. For example, getting a reply to a ping will let you know if an IP is currently assigned, therefore in use. To clarify, if a ping to an in house IP address doesn’t reply, the IP you’re trying to […]

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Linux IP Commands for TCP/IP Services

The following are some of the more used command lines relating to Linux IP Commands. Description Linux Internet Protocol Command Display Current Config for all NIC’s ifconfig Display Current Config for eth0 ifconfig eth0 Assign IP ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.2 Ping ping -c 3 192.168.1.1 Assign multiple IP’s ifconfig eth0:0 192.168.1.2 Assign second IP ifconfig eth0:1 […]

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IP Commands for DOS/Windows

Moreover, DOS/Windows IP commands are used to perform several tasks like assigning an Internet Protocol address to a network interface or configuring network interface parameters.  To clarify, below is only a small list of these type of commands that are available. Consequently, below you’ll find a list of the most common Internet Protocol commands for […]

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IP Address API

The WhatIsMyIP.com IP API (Application Programming Interface) gives you access to most of our tools programmatically. In order to access the Application Programming Interface, you must be a Gold level member. To clarify, gold level accounts get 10 separate keys. Subsequently, each key allowed 1,440 calls per day (1 per minute) for a total of […]

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