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Gives the DNS listed IP for the host you're on... or replace `hostname` with any other host
A grep against ethtool to look for common errors and packet loss statistics which network drivers report in their private data, which is queried with ethool -S. This is the current grep used in xsos (https://github.com/ryran/xsos), which I originally contributed and has been improved by the community over time.
No junk, no pipe, one command, no subcommand - KISS
Why use many different utilities all piped together, when you only need two?
Find installed network devices.
ethtool is used for querying settings of an ethernet device and changing them. In this example I setup 100 Mb/s full duplex on my Linux Box
Allows to add more than one ip address to one network device.