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Net don’t work

You can’t browse to Google’s search page, so you’ve started troubleshooting your connection. Your workstation IP address is 192.168.1.5, your subnet mask is 255.255.255.0, your default gateway is 192.168.1.1, and your domain name servers are 10.2.2.1 and 10.2.2.2. You can successfully ping your local IP address, your default gateway, and Google’s DNS server at 8.8.8.8. Which of these is the most likely cause of this issue?

Microsoft 70-680: 4.3 – Configuring IPv6

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.

Microsoft 70-680: 4.2 – Configuring IPv4

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.

CompTIA Network+ N10-004: 5.1 – Command Line Tools

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.

CompTIA Network+ N10-004: 4.4 – Network Monitoring

The world of network monitoring is a precise science, and it can provide insight into aspects of network performance that would otherwise go unseen. In this module, you’ll learn the use of network analyzers, connectivity software, and load testers to help build a more efficient network. You’ll also learn the value of logs and how the consolidation of logs files can assist in solving issues that span multiple devices.