Identify Network Issues with SS Command in Linux (with examples)
SS command in Linux is used to get various network/socket connection-related information from a Linux system. Previously we had used the Netstat command to perform the same operations but it has been long deprecated & was replaced with the ss command in Linux.
SS command is much faster than netstat & capable of showing much more information than netstat. Those familiar with the Netstat command need not worry as the options used with the ss command are similar to netstat.
In this tutorial, we will learn the usage of the SS command with the help of SS command examples.
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