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    n/w errors or collisions.


    how can I detect if there are any n/w errors or collisions on the n/w interface of a redhat 9 server, is there a way to detect that from the command prompt by using a particular command??
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    if by collisions , you're talking about the normal running of ethernet, and I don't think you can. Perhaps ethereal will show you something.


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    what about n/w errors on an interface? can that be viewed from the command line?
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