Microsoft Windows provides a number of networking features, and many of those capabilities can be viewed and configured at the command line. In this video, you’ll learn how to manage your Windows network settings, modify network configurations, and troubleshoot network connections from the command line.
If you’re troubleshooting a network problem on a workstation, one of the first things you’ll need to know is the IP address information of the local device. In this video, you’ll learn how to use ipconfig and ifconfig to obtain details about the local TCP/IP stack.
IPv6 is quickly becoming the new standard for Internet communication. In this video, you’ll learn about IPv6 connectivity and how to configure your Windows 7 operating system from the GUI and the command line.
If you’re managing a Windows 7 network, then you’ll certainly be asked to configure IPv4 settings. In this video, you’ll learn how to connect to a network, configure name resolution, the use of network locations, how to leverage APIPA, and how to resolve basic connectivity issues.
There are many network troubleshooting tools available at the command line. In this video, you’ll learn how to use tools such as ping, tracert, nslookup, netstat, and many others.
The Windows command line can be a powerful troubleshooting environment if you know what to type. In this video, you’ll learn the important commands that will allow you to manipulate files, format disks, troubleshoot the network connection, and much more.
There is a wealth of Windows utilities that can be run directly from the command line or launched from the Start menu. In this video, we’ll examine utilities like telnet, ping, msconfig, dxdiag, and many more.
Many of the most powerful network troubleshooting tools can be found at the command line of your operating system. In this video, you’ll learn the importance of command line tools such as traceroute, ipconfig, ifconfig, ping, arping, nslookup, dig, mtr, route, nbtstat, and netstat.