Is it possible to restart the network from SSH session without rebooting?
The reason is I have a lot of stale tcp sessions , output from
ESTAB 0 0 192.168.254.8:ssh 192.168.254.7:38248 CLOSE-WAIT 64 0 192.168.254.8:46444 220.127.116.11:https CLOSE-WAIT 1 0 192.168.254.8:36136 18.104.22.168:http CLOSE-WAIT 32 0 192.168.254.8:40414 22.214.171.124:https
Some of these have been here for a few days.
The easy way is to reboot, just wonder if I can log in via SSH and use
sudo service network-manager reboot
I know network is a bit different on OSMC.
Running Leia 18.9 on Rasberry Pi 2.