Many network issues can be identified and resolved at the command line. In this video, you’ll learn how to use PING, IPCONFIG, IFCONFIG, TRACERT, NETSTAT, NET, NETDOM and NSLOOKUP.
A large portion of network troubleshooting can be done at the command line. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the ping, ipconfig, tracert, netstat, nbtstat, and net commands.
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.
Traceroute is an easy way to track the path your packets take through the network. In this video, you’ll learn how to use traceroute and interpret the results of this powerful utility.
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.
During the troubleshooting of a remote computer called server1.example.com, you perform this command:
> tracert server1.example.com
What information can you gather from this network troubleshooting command? Pick two.
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.