Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line

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Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line
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  1. Microsoft’s version of a command-line interface or CLI.
    command prompt
  2. Running the command prompt as an Administrator
    elevated mode
  3. option when you need more information about a TCP/IP command
    /?
  4. displays information about DNS names and their corresponding IP addresses, and it can be used to diagnose DNS servers
    Nslookup
  5. a built-in command-line scripting utility that enables you to display and modify the network configurations of the local computer.
    Netsh
  6. enables you to display and make changes to the local IP routing table of the computer, which displays IP connections to other networks as well as testing networks.
    Route
  7. Displays information pertaining to your network adapter,namely TCP/IP configurations.
    ipconfig
  8. This command gives the same result as netstat –r, but it is more commonly used.
    route print.
  9. IP address of the host that is used to gain access to the remote network.
    Gateway
  10. IP address of the network adapter that is making the connection to the other network
    Interface
  11. the subnet mask for that particular Network Destination
    Netmask
  12. a distance vector protocol that uses algorithms to decipher which route to send data packets.
    Routing information protocol (RIP)
  13. a link-state protocol that monitors the network for routers that have a change in their link-state, meaning whether they were turned off or on or restarted.
    Open shortest path first (OSPF)
  14. display all kinds of important networking data, and it allows you to configure various networking options such as services
    net command
  15. Used to test the existence of other hosts on the network
    Ping
  16. Used to display active TCP (or UDP) connections.
    Netstat
  17. Displays NetBIOS over TCP/IP statistics for local and remote computers.
    Nbtstat
  18. Shows paths to a destination on another network. It does this by pinging each step along the way three times.
    Tracert
  19. Similar to tracert, but also computes the degree of packet loss.
    Pathping
  20. Displays information about DNS names and their corresponding IP addresses and can be used to diagnose DNS servers.
    NSLookup
  21. Is an application layer protocol as well as an application. The FTP command is used in the command prompt to connect to FTP servers.
    FTP
  22. Used to take control of a remote computer via the command line.
    Telnet
  23. A built-in command-line scripting utility that allows you to display and modify network configurations of the local computer.
    Netsh
  24. Lets you display and make changes to the local IP routing table of the computer
    Route

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