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    Lightbulb Network Interface Stats

    Im studying for my LPIC and came across a question that I dont have (and cant find) an answer for (the book doesn't cover it either). Lets say I'm troubleshooting a physical network layer problem, and I want to reset the counters on my network device. What command(s) can I use to reset the counters on RX and TX errors back to 0 ?
    I was standing in the park wondering why Frisbees got bigger as they get closer. Then it hit me.

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    http://blogs.cyberciti.biz/hm/index....d-tx-counters/

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    i was hoping there was a way to do it without resetting the interface, but I dont think thats possible. Thanks though
    I was standing in the park wondering why Frisbees got bigger as they get closer. Then it hit me.

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