While on the phone with technical support, the technician asks you to provide your default gateway. What command line utility would be the easiest way to get this information?
The answer: C) ipconfig
The default gateway is the router that is used to send IP traffic to other IP subnets, and one of the fastest ways to display your IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway is with the ipconfig command.
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