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What are the relevant commands in UNIX that he could use to verify the connectivity problem cannot access internet?
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ping
tracepath
dig
mtr
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netstat
ifconfig
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route
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First Check your DNS server
# nslookup google.com
Then ping it.

# ping google.com

then run wget to check http access:
#wget http://www.coogle.com

depending the result then you can see where your problem is.
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