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In linux, specifically for redhat, issue commands to stop and start networking (i.e., to bring down and up the network interfaces and routing, i.e. what is normally done via multiple ifconfig and route commands).
/etc/init.d/network stop
/etc/init.d/network start

^^^ note in debian/ubunto, it similiar as above but script name is slightly different: /etc/init.d/networking instead of /etc/init.d/network

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In linux, specifically for redhat, issue commands to stop and start networking (i.e., to bring down and up the network interfaces and routing, i.e. what is normally done via multiple ifconfig and route commands).
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In linux, specifically for redhat, issue commands to stop and start networking (i.e., to bring down and up the network interfaces and routing, i.e. what is normally done via multiple ifconfig and route commands).
/etc/init.d/network stop
/etc/init.d/network start

^^^ note in debian/ubunto, it similiar as above but script name is slightly different: /etc/init.d/networking instead of /etc/init.d/network

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25. Introduction to IP
utomatically at installation; you should never need to edit it. To stop and start networking (i.e., to bring up and down the interfaces and routing), type (alternative commands in parentheses): <span>/etc/init.d/network stop ( /etc/rc.d/init.d/network stop ) /etc/init.d/network start ( /etc/rc.d/init.d/network start ) which will indirectly read your /etc/sysconfig/ files. You can add further files, say, ifc

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