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CompTIA Network N10-006 Quick Reference by Anthony Sequeira

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Chapter 19. Network Troubleshooting Tools

Many tools are available for troubleshooting networks. This chapter examines several tools that can be used from the command-line interface (CLI) of network devices, as well as physical and software-based troubleshooting tools.

Command-Line Tools

You might just fall in love with some of these command-line tools when it comes to troubleshooting your network. They are very quick and easy to use after you get some experience with them.

ipconfig—This command, which is part of most Windows operating systems, can be used to view the current IP protocol configuration on a Windows host. This could include details such as the IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, the default gateway, the DNS server, and the Layer 2 address ...

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