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How to Restart Network Services in RHEL 8

How to Restart Network Services in RHEL 8
How to Restart Network Services in RHEL 8

Hey, In this post we are going to do how to restart or start/stop network services on Redhat RHEL Linux System. Here I'm presenting two options/methods to restart the network services.

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Method 1 – Using NetworkManager Service


sr@vetechno:~$  sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager.service
Use the followings commands to start/stop network service on your RHEL 8 Linux system.

sr@vetechno:~$ sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.service
sr@vetechno:~$ sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager.service
sr@vetechno:~$ sudo systemctl status NetworkManager.service
sr@vetechno:~$ sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager.service


Method 2 – Using nmcli Tool

The nmcli is the command-line utility for managing NetworkManager on RHEL 8 Linux system. We can simply use this utility to stop/start network service on our Redhat RHEL 8 Linux system.

sr@vetechno:~$  sudo nmcli networking off
sr@vetechno:~$  sudo nmcli networking on
WARNING – If you are connected with ssh connection then do not run nmcli networking off command. This will disable the NetworkManager network connections on the machine and you will lose connection.

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Also Read:- How to Register and Enable Red Hat Subscription, Repositories and Updates for RHEL 8.4 Server

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