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Internet With CMD

To use these, go to Start -> Run -> cmd (type in without this)



Code:

ping

Use this to find the ping.
Examples:

Code:

ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (x is the IP address)
ping www.*.* (Replace * with the necessary names)




Code:

nslookup

Use this to see the IP of a website.
Example:

Code:

nslookup www.*.* (Replace * with the necessary names)
nslookup www.google.com




Code:

ipconfig

Code:

ipconfig/all

This will show you all you need to know about your IP. Just type it in and press Enter.

Code:

ipconfig /release

This will release your IP.

Code:

ipconfig /renew

This will renew your IP.



Code:

netstat

This will show you all your connections.
Adding -a will show for connections with DNS names.
Adding -n will show connection with IP address
Adding -an will show both



Code:

tracert

This will show you how many hops there are within a destination.
Example:

Code:

tracert xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (x is the IP address)
tracert www.*.* (Replace * with the necessary names)

*hops - In computer networking, a hop represents one portion of the path between source and destination.



Some help?

Code:

/help

Add a command name behind and press Enter to find out more about that command.
Example:

Code:

ipconfig /help

Comments

shahrukh
coooooooool
Japanese
So, what's the function and benefits of this?
Sparky666
Agent Cosmic wrote:

Code:

ipconfig /relnew


This will renew your IP.



There's a typo. It's /renew not reLnew
Belahzur
Fixed.
stuxnet8
nice tricks
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