The network commands that we are so used to on unix/linux do not come by default for iOS 3 or above. You have to install the network-cmds package by Telesphoro Tangelo.
The commands supported are arp, ifconfig, netstat, route, traceroute. Kudos goes out to Telesphoro Tangelo for developing it and thelatinist for guiding me to it – http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=962231
I recently noticed that one of my colleagues, our WSO2 Sys admin/Linux guru Chamith, a terminal that caught my eye (and yes, if you know me, you know only a few things actually manage to take hold of my limited attention span). It’s a terminal that can be split sideways, this way and that way so you can have so many terminals in one view. Ok, fine, I exaggerated. You can split the screen horizontally and vertically with this thing.
Personally, I find this very useful due to the reason of copying data around terminals. I always wished I knew out of the zillion tabs I opened which tab had which commands and data. And tadaaaaa! Here comes the solution, by the name of terminator (get it with apt-get install terminator). Of course, it has it’s own cons, but the pros, I LIKE!
Here are some shortcuts and screen shots I found useful courtesy of http://www.ubuntugeek.com/terminator-multiple-gnome-terminals-in-one-window.html
You can use the following keys to split your terminal views
Ctrl-Shift-E: will split the view vertically.
Ctrl-Shift-O: will split the view horizontally.
Ctrl-Shift-P: will focus be active on the previous view.
Ctrl-Shift-N: will focus be active on the next view.
Ctrl-Shift-W: will close the view where the focus is on.
Ctrl-Shift-Q: will exit terminator.
F11: will make terminator go fullscreen.