I'm testing my linux server with the command
I just want to know what
enp2s0f0 means. Each time that I execute
netstat -i, its RX-OK and TX-OK always increase. What does this mean?
enp2s0f0 - is your primary network interface. About the convention of naming network interfaces you can read on wiki.
The RX-OK/ERR/DRP/OVR columns give statistics about the packets that have been received by the interface. OK stands for packets correctly received.
TX-OK stands for packets correctly transmitted respectively.
Counters always increase for 'TX-OK', it means that outgoing traffic is bigger than incoming for your server.