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    Suggestions for network administration tools

    Hi guys...i'm looking for a tool for using for administrating a network via command line in ubuntu .

    but i want that tool to be powerful,general purpos. in other words,it's not for certain things .


    i hope to be my post clear .


    thank you guys .

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    Re: Please your suggestion is important for me *-*

    Your post is (unfortunately) not clear. You may want to look into localised support.

    There are many tools built-in to Ubuntu for managing a network. They are all accessible from a command-line. What exactly is it that you want to do?

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    Re: Please your suggestion is important for me *-*

    Quote Originally Posted by MG&TL View Post
    Your post is (unfortunately) not clear. You may want to look into localised support.

    There are many tools built-in to Ubuntu for managing a network. They are all accessible from a command-line. What exactly is it that you want to do?
    Okay , as a network administrator what i need ?

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    Re: Please your suggestion is important for me *-*

    Quote Originally Posted by Raafat1991 View Post
    Okay , as a network administrator what i need ?
    The Linux philosophy is to use many small programs that each do one thing and do it well and, as network administration involves many different commands, there is no single "network administrator" CLI application.

    Most tools needed for network administration are already included with your Linux system and you can easily install any additional utilities as and when required.

    See the Linux Network Administrators Guide for further details of how to administer your network.

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    Re: Please your suggestion is important for me *-*

    Quote Originally Posted by Zill View Post
    The Linux philosophy is to use many small programs that each do one thing and do it well and, as network administration involves many different commands, there is no single "network administrator" CLI application.

    Most tools needed for network administration are already included with your Linux system and you can easily install any additional utilities as and when required.

    See the Linux Network Administrators Guide for further details of how to administer your network.

    Really your guide is great and i'm going to read it .

    But i don't know if are there any additional ideas (from LAN administrators)?

    thank you .

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    Re: Suggestions for network administration tools

    Changed title to be descriptive.

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    Re: Suggestions for network administration tools

    Thread moved to Networking & Wireless.

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    Re: Suggestions for network administration tools

    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Man View Post
    Thread moved to Networking & Wireless.
    thank you .

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    Re: Suggestions for network administration tools

    Hi...any additional suggestions ?

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