Does Linux has automatic network diagnostics tool like windows?

when network is disconnected in windows , i can run this built in function in windows to know the cause of the disconnecting(cables,network provider,etc..), how i can do that in Linux?

There are some tools available:

It's just a lot more efficient and easier for the user to simply check in terminal:

sudo lshw -c network

and install the proper drivers as needed.

it's good and useful tools, but it just about providing info and monitoring , I mean automatic fix and repair like network diagnostics tool in windows does that when it's possible

Not aware of a specific network tool for such, considering you need network to run a download on a network.

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