It’s time to try some of these network utilities. Windows 2000 Server is used as the example in this exercise, but you can use any network server operating system, although some of the actual commands will have to be changed (for example, Windows 2000 server uses ipconfig to obtain TCP/IP configuration information and UNIX/Linux uses ifconfig).
Estimated Time: 15 minutes.
Use the network troubleshooting tools you have available to answer the following questions about the TCP/IP configuration:
What is the host name of the network server? (Hint: Use the hostname command.)
What is the TCP/IP address of the network server? (Hint: Use ipconfig /all.)
What is the TCP/IP subnet ...