[SOLVED] Command line equivalent of Network Manager??

How to Restart Network in Ubuntu [Command Line & GUI] Mar 13, 2019 command line - How to setup a static IP for network Currently Ubuntu versions has Network Manager enabled. You can get the connection name with the command: nmcli con show You can modify your static ip address from command line: sudo nmcli con mod "Connection name" ipv4.addresses xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/24 Note: /24 defines the network mask to … How to Configure Network Settings in Ubuntu Oct 24, 2019

How to List Network Interfaces in Ubuntu Linux

Mar 28, 2018 How to Restart Networking on Ubuntu | FOSS Linux Jun 29, 2020 Setting up a WIFI connection via command line on Debian/Ubuntu

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS comes with graphical utilities for network configuration. For desktops you may install network-manager and network-manager-gnome packages and just use the nm-connection-editor utility. However you may not want to use these utilities on your server. This article focusses on how to configure networking from command line interface.

You can however, use the ifconfig command at the shell prompt or Ubuntu's graphical network configuration tools, such as network-admin, to edit your system's network device information or to add or remove network devices on your system. Configure Network Interface Using Command-Line