11 usefull cmd command

Useful CMD commands.

11 Useful Windows Networking Command

What is CMD?

The Command Prompt is a Command Line Interpreter of windows operating system.

Importance CMD command: –

1. IPCONFIG Command (IP Configuration):

Ipconfig command will provide your IP address configuration. Here shows you –
• IP address
• Subnet Mask
• Default Gateway
• Current Domain

Ipconfig other command: –
• ipconfig /all: – It helps more information about the network configuration.
• ipconfig /release: – It helps release or delete the current IP address.
• ipconfig /renew: – It helps you renew the IP address.
• ipconfig /?: – It shows you help.
• ipconfig /flushdns: – It helps flush the DNS cache.

IPCONFIG Command (IP Configuration).

2. NETSTAT (Network Statistics):

Netstat command will provides you a list of all TCP connection from your computer.
Example – netstat.

NETSTAT (Network Statistics).

3. PING (Send Test Packet):

Ping command used to test connectivity between your computer to another computer or another network.
Example – ping www.google.com

PING (Send Test Packet):

4. TRACERT command (Trace Route):

Tracert command is used to trace the route a data packet takes to reach the destination fom the source host. It can show you –
• Number of hops.
• Time it takes to get to each hop
• IP address and name of the hop
Example – tracert www.google.com

TRACERT command (Trace Route).

5. TELNET Command:

Telnet command is used to access remote computer.

6. SYSTEMINFO (System Information):

Systeminfo command provides you system-related information.
Example – systeminfo

SYSTEMINFO (System Information).

7. CHKDSK (Check Disk):

Chkdsk command can provides you see the entire drive. This command can only run Administrator prompt and it can show you –
• File Fragmentation.
• Disk Error.
• Bad Sector.

CHKDSK (Check Disk).

8. POWERCFG Command (Power Configuration):

Powercfg command is provides you power configuration of the computer. It can run in Administrator prompt.
Example – powercfg

POWERCFG Command (Power Configuration).

9. GETMAC Command (Media Access Control):

Getmac command is provides your MAC address of our interfaces.
Example – getmac

GETMAC Command (Media Access Control).

10. NSLOOKUP (Name Server):

Nslookup command provides the IP address of any website.
Example – nslookup google.com

NSLOOKUP (Name Server).

11. NETSH command (Network Shell):

Netsh command is provides the details of network adaoters available on your system.
Example – netsh /?

NETSH command (Network Shell).

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