TCP/IP forms the backbone of communication and transportation in Windows Server 2012. Before you can communicate between machines, TCP/IP must be configured.
In Windows Server 2012, TCP/IP is installed by default during the OS installation, which also makes it impossible to add or remove TCP/IP through the GUI.
If a TCP/IP connection fails, you need to determine the cause or point of failure. Windows Server 2012 includes some dependable and useful tools that can be used to troubleshoot connections and verify connectivity. The tools described in the following 10 subsections are very useful for debugging TCP/IP connectivity problems. Most of these tools have been updated to include switches for IPv4 and IPv6.
Ping means Packet ...