iproute2 is a collection of utilities for controlling TCP and UDP IP networking and traffic control in Linux, in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. As of December 2013[update], it is maintained by Stephen Hemminger. The original author, Alexey Kuznetsov, was responsible for the QoS implementation in the Linux kernel.
iproute2 is intended to replace an entire suite of standard Unix networking tools (often called net-tools) that were previously used for the tasks of configuring network interfaces, routing tables, and managing the ARP table.
|Address and link configuration||ifconfig||ip addr, ip link|
|Routing tables||route||ip route|
iproute2 unifies the syntax for these various commands, which evolved over many years of Unix development.
- Official website
- Linux Advanced Routing and Traffic Control HOWTO - A tutorial in exploring and using iproute2.
- IPROUTE2 Utility Suite Documentation - Complete official documentation.
- iproute2+tc notes - A collection of documents relating to iproute2 configuration and usage.
- Source code download directory
- git source code
- Advanced tc and iproute2 tutorial for bandwidth restriction
- Advanced iproute2 tutorial for split route / multiple uplinks
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