What You’ll Learn in This Hour:
• Protocol problems
• Line problems
• Name resolution problems
• Network performance problems
The TCP/IP environment includes a number of standard utilities for configuring, managing, and troubleshooting network connections. These TCP/IP utilities date back to the days before the birth of the modern graphical user interface, and many of them are designed to operate from the command line. A command-line interface might sound old fashioned, but many seasoned network admins still find that working from the command prompt is faster, simpler, and more effective than clicking a mouse and shuffling through windows.
This hour looks at some utilities you can use to troubleshoot and configure TCP/IP. ...