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8 Good to know windows command line tools


Windows operating system comes with some build in windows command line tools. Tools that you can use for all kind of tasks. In the following article, I will write about some windows command line utils related to networking. You should be familiar with the tools. It can be helpful in many cases. All the command…

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How to Flush DNS on Windows


DNS (domain name service) is what translate a domain name into a number, IP address, from time to time you may need to clean its data by using the flush DNS command in the ipconfig command line on windows operation system. DNS records are cached automatically by most of the operation system today, this is…

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The Ping Command Line


The ping command line tool is a build in tool, in both Windows and the¬†Linux operation system, the command line tool is used to check if a target system is up or down. Ping A ping, as in ping pong is a special package that send from one device to another device, the package called…

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Using netstat to get list of open ports


The easy way to check what are the current open ports, on a windows base computer, is by opening the command line tool, by typing cmd in the run command, hitting enter and wait for the black command line window to appear. Here are some steps to open the run command you can use some…

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IPConfig


A useful build in command line tool that can be used to get information about your current IP address is the ipconfig command, keep reading to master it. There is a build in command line tool in the Windows and also UNIX operation system that call ipconfig with this command you can get the current…

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Arp


A good to know command line tool that you can use is the arp command, ARP stand for address resolution protocol. The Arp command line tool: It is a network protocol and it is use for resolution of the network layer addresses into the link layer addresses, convert an IP address into its physical address,…

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Nbtstat


A good to know command line tool that you can use is the Nbtstat command, this command can give you protocol statistic and TCP/IP connections using NetBIOS over TCP, and it is very useful command if you need to get information about IP address for example. It is also good for troubleshoot NetBIOS name resolution…

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Netstat


Another useful build in command that can be used to get information about your current open port is the netstat command. There is a build in command line tool in the Windows and also UNIX operation system that call netstat with this command you can get the current local ip address and the destination ip…

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