We can start network like below. Ubuntu, Debian, Kali. We will provide start option in order to start network services in deb based distributions. $ sudo /etc/init.d/networking start Fedora,CentOS. We will use start network option in order to start network services in rpm based distributions. $ sudo systemctl start network Restart Network

The "/etc/nsswitch.conf" file with stanza like "hosts: files dns" dictates the hostname resolution order.(This replaces the old functionality of the "order" stanza in "/etc/host.conf".)The files method is invoked first. If the hostname is found in the "/etc/hosts" file, it returns all valid addresses for it and exits.(The "/etc/host.conf" file contains "multi on".) Restarting Networking in Debian Sep 22, 2010 networking - restart network interface after editing /etc

The workaround using "systemctl restart NetworkManager" works for me on two different notebooks with Broadcom and Atheros WiFi under Debian Buster and Ubuntu 19.04 - where the problem with "wifi won't wake up on resume" happens on every fourth resume or so (= it typically works just fine.)

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How to Restart Network Service on CentOS 8 or RHEL 8

Aug 24, 2004 How to configure Static IP on Debian 10 - Snel.com Step 5: Restart Networking Service. Restart the networking service so that the updated configuration can be applied. Run the command. sudo systemctl restart networking Conclusion. In this tutorial, we have learned how to configure a static IP address on Debian 10 “Buster” server. Your server is now configured to use static IP address. How To start/Stop/Restart Network Service on Ubuntu or