Helping Future Self with Network Control from the Terminal

I don’t have a regular need to interact the network there are times when I very much need to do so. My first exposure to controlling the network using the terminal was using ifconfig and I can’t seem to latch onto the “new” ip command in the same way I was able to with the previous. My problem is, I can’t ever seem to remember which resource it was that I liked best so, I’ve decide to make my own, very basic, resource. I have this with openSUSE as well as Raspian Linux. This is a gift to my future self for the next time I need to interact with the network.

Network Control from the Terminal

You’re welcome, Future Self.

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