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This is a serious risk as automated tools can perform many guesses per second, often discover weak passwords in just a few seconds.

It helps the system to perform its duties properly and stay secured as much as possible.This new tool replaces the static interfaces (/etc/network/interfaces) file that had previously been used to configure Ubuntu network interfaces.Now you must use /etc/netplan/*to configure Ubuntu interfaces.For this reason, the password should be a strong password.Why a strong password matters: weak passwords are still found on systems, both during development and in production.This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to use Net Plan to set a static IP address on Ubuntu servers. To configure a static IP address using the new Net Plan tool, the file should look like this: IPv4 address (192.168.1.2), Gateway (192.168.1.1), DNS Servers (8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4) Run the commands below to create a new network configuration file Save your changes, apply and you’re done. You’ve just successfully configured static IP addresses on Ubuntu 17.10 servers.

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