Tuesday, 2 April 2013

TCP/IP commands


TCP/IP is part of the underlying structure of your system. It allows you to communicate with another terminal or system merely by executing a command or program.
TCP/IP is part of the underlying structure of your system. It allows you to communicate with another terminal or system merely by executing a command or program. Your system takes care of the rest.
ItemDescription
chnamsvChanges Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) based name service configuration on a host.
chprtsvChanges a print service configuration on a client or server machine.
hostentDirectly manipulates address-mapping entries in the system configuration database.
ifconfigConfigures or displays network interface parameters for a network, using TCP/IP.
mknamsvConfigures TCP/IP-based name service on a host for a client.
mkprtsvConfigures TCP/IP-based print service on a host.
mktcpipSets the required values for starting TCP/IP on a host.
noConfigures network options.
rmnamsvUnconfigures TCP/IP-based name service on a host.
rmprtsvUnconfigures a print service on a client or server machine.
slattachAttaches serial lines as network interfaces.
arpDisplays or changes the Internet address to hardware address translation tables used by the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
gettableGets Network Information Center (NIC) format host tables from a host.
hostidSets or displays the identifier of the current local host.
hostnameSets or displays the name of the current host system.
htableConverts host files to the format used by network library routines.
ipreportGenerates a packet trace report from the specified packet trace file.
iptraceProvides interface-level packet tracing for Internet protocols.
lsnamsvShows name service information stored in the database.
lsprtsvShows print service information stored in the database.
mkhostsGenerates the host table file.
namerslvDirectly manipulates domain name server entries for local resolver routines in the system configuration database.
netstatShows network status.
routeManually manipulates the routing tables.
ruserDirectly manipulates entries in three separate system databases that control foreign host access to programs.
ruptimeDisplays the status of each host on a network.
securetcpipEnables the network security feature.
setclockSets the time and date for a host on a network.
timedcReturns information about the timed daemon.
trptPerforms protocol tracing on Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) sockets.

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