How to rename network interfaces on SysLinuxOS and Debian Gnu/Linux permanently to eth0, eth1, wlan0. These names (eno1, enp5s0, wlp3s0, enp2s0, wlp2s0) are not always intuitive, especially when using multiple interfaces on the same machine
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To create VLANs in SysLinuxOS and Debian GNU/Linux using the “ip” command, follow these steps: 1) Install the “vlan” package by running the following command: sudo apt-get install vlan 2) Load the 8021q kernel module using the “modprobe” command: sudo modprobe 8021q Verify that the module is loaded by running: lsmod | grep 8021q The output should be similar to:… Leggi tutto »How to create VLAN in Linux using the ip command
Installing Zabbix on SysLinuxOS and Debian 11 Zabbix is an open-source network and server monitoring system that allows you to keep track of the availability, performance, and status of network devices, servers, and applications. Zabbix is capable of collecting data from various types of devices, such as servers, switches, routers, firewalls, sensors, and applications, and analyzing them to identify any… Leggi tutto »Installing Zabbix on SysLinuxOS and Debian 11
How to configure Wake-on-LAN using systemd Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is a feature that allows you to turn on a computer remotely by sending a magic packet over the network. To use this feature, you need to enable WoL support in the BIOS/UEFI and configure the operating system to detect and respond to magic packets. In this guide, we will see… Leggi tutto »How to configure Wake-on-LAN using systemd
Fast-cli Speedtest-cli su SysLinuxOS SysLinuxOS ha al suo interno due tools per speed test da linea di comando. Fast-cli e Speedtest-cli: speedtest-cli: speedtest-cli speedtest-cli –listspeedtest-cli –share speedtest-cli –server “number” fast-cli: fastfast -u Fast-cli Speedtest-cli su SysLinuxOS enjoy 😉