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List of Basic Commands of Computer Network Settings

Internet changes very fast indeed and for that reason, look back to the basics of a knowledge is very important before we misunderstand. As you know, the internet is nothing more than a collection of interconnected computer networks. In this post I will display a list of basic commands computer network settings. Even if you have not used any of these commands before, will be very useful to know these commands. As usual, increasing knowledge is a better way to achieve your goals.

To run this command, open a command prompt: Click [Start] and then click [Run ...} (or press Windows key + R). after that, type [cmd] and press [Enter]. After his black window prompt appears, this is the commands that you can use;

1. "Arp-a" (in the practice of writing should be without quotation marks). This tool handles the resolution of IP to physical address. The command provides a list of IP and physical addresses on your local network.


2. "Ipconfig / all". This is the main network tools. Used without parameters, and only provide basic information about your network. In it contains all the parameters, more detailed information about DNS, DHCP, and other network settings.

3. "Ipconfig / renew". This command renew the DHCP server IP that has been assigned to your computer. This is the command used Windows when it tells you that he is trying to solve problems on the network.

4. "Ipconfig / flushdns". Your computer has a table with the computer name and IP address associated. This command will delete all entries in the table. This is very useful if you change your DNS server.

5. "Ipconfig / displaydns". This command displays the contents of the table we talked about earlier.

6. "Netstat-NAB". With these basic commands, you can find any open ports on your computer and open ports that have eksekutable. In Windows 7 this command requires administrative privileges so that should be run as administrator.

7. "Netstat-r". Displays the routing table.

8. "Ping". The easiest way to find out if there is one computer connected to your network.

9. "Tracert". Informing about the route to the remote host. The problem is that about tracert tracert uses the specified port that can be blocked on the route. If you want to know if you can make a connection between your router and use the port:

10. "PathPing". A tracert a better version that gives you statics about packet loss and latency.

11. "Nslookup". With this tool you can check your DNS server. For example, imagine you are having problems with DNS at this time and can not enter the address http://agussale.com. You can test it with nslookup and use other DNS servers to try to resolve the address. This program can inform about the PC name and IP address provided.

NOTE: In writing please note that writing the first command is always mediated by a distance of one space. Example: there is a distance of one space between "ipconfig" with a slash "/" that was written like this ipconfig [space] / "and so on. There are many more commands as a continuation of the above command, but according to our mission, we only discuss the basic course.

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