4 Ways To Restart Network Interfaces In Linux

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Whether you are using Ubuntu or Linux Mint or any a Linux system, you can usually fix most network connection problems by simply restarting the network card when you are unable to connect to the network. There are several ways to restart network functionality in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.
On this video, I will guide use how to restart network interfaces in Linux system using command lines.
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4 Ways To Restart Network Interfaces In Linux 4 Ways To Restart Network Interfaces In Linux Reviewed by Unknown on June 21, 2019 Rating: 5