You’ve been working on a web server located off-site, but today you’ve arrived at the office and you’re unable to access the device from your workstation. What command line utilities can display the network path that’s used when you attempt to reach the remote server? Pick the two best answers.
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The answers: B) TRACERT and C) PATHPING
The traceroute and pathping utilities can help you understand the path you take between point A and point B. If you’re not able to access a remote location, these two utilities can give you more information about how far you’re able to go before the path ends.
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When the network isn’t working, the organization isn’t working. In this video, we’ll show you some command line utilities that can help you find any problems that might be lurking in your network. We’ll demonstrate IPCONFIG, NSLOOKUP, PING, TRACERT, PATHPING, NBTSTAT, and NETSTAT. We’ll also give you some best practices for troubleshooting network interfaces, protocols, and firewalls.