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how do I reset network services in CENTOS?

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how do I reset network services in CENTOS?

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/etc/init.d/network restart

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service network restart

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system-config-network[-gui|-tui|-cmd]
Depending on it is you are trying to do.
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are you trying to restart the network or do any modifications to the network configuration.

for just restarting the network you can use "service network restart"
for editing configuration in GUI mode you can trigger "system-config-network" this will launch network configuration tool.

-prakash
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1). run setup
then select network
select network device
then change your settings. finally save & quit
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edit the configuration files under /etc/sysconfig/network-script/ifcfg-eth0
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