Certainly! Here are some common networking commands that you can use in Windows:

1.ipconfig: This command displays the TCP/IP configuration for all network adapters on your system. It shows information like IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

ipconfig Ping is used to test the connectivity between two devices on a network. It sends ICMP echo request packets to the target and waits for a response.

ping [hostname or IP address]

3.tracert: Tracert is used to trace the route that packets take to reach a destination. It shows all the hops (routers) between the source and destination.

tracert [hostname or IP address]

4.nslookup: Nslookup is used to query DNS servers to retrieve DNS records like IP addresses, MX records,

nslookup [hostname]

5.netstat: Netstat displays active TCP connections, listening ports, and other network statistics.

netstat -a

6.arp: Arp displays and modifies the ARP cache, which maps IP addresses to MAC addresses on a local network.

arp -a

7.route: Route displays and modifies the local IP routing table.

route print

8.ipconfig /flushdns: This command flushes the DNS resolver cache, which can help resolve DNS-related issues.

ipconfig /flushdns

9.ipconfig /release: This command releases the IP address obtained by DHCP for all network adapters.

ipconfig /release

10.ipconfig /renew: This command renews the IP address obtained by DHCP for all network adapters.

ipconfig /renew

These commands should help you diagnose and troubleshoot network-related issues on your Windows system.

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