Network Troubleshooting using PING, TRACERT, IPCONFIG, NSLOOKUP COMMANDS

Network Troubleshooting using PING, TRACERT, IPCONFIG, NSLOOKUP COMMANDS



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Video walkthrough for using the Command Prompt to troubleshoot network connectivity using 4 KEY COMMANDS: PING, TRACERT, IPCONFIG, NSLOOKUP

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29 Comments

  1. Simple n precise

  2. Thank-you so much. i loved your lecture

  3. Great explains bro, thanks for participating such info 🙏🙏

  4. Man ! Thanks a lot ! You earn my like , subscribe , and bell 😁

  5. im administrator

  6. Very good video! Thanks!

    Also you can use free tool EasyNetMonitor…

  7. when pinging google I'm getting this every time, please help!

    Reply from 192.168.70.1: Destination port unreachable.
    Reply from 192.168.70.1: Destination port unreachable.
    Reply from 192.168.70.1: Destination port unreachable.
    Reply from 192.168.70.1: Destination port unreachable.
    Ping statistics for 172.217.19.164:

    Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),

  8. Thanks for your valuable guidance !

  9. Thanks solve my problm

  10. Yes, we did like your video 🙂 >exit

  11. I have factory reset my router n network reset my pc… Now I'm not getting internet…
    Wat to do

  12. Thanks for the refresher!

  13. The great video that learns much things to us related cmd and ip, server ,router and other thing ..thanks a lot sir ji

  14. plz explain me what is trecert cmd and how it is important?

  15. Hi. I like your video. Tks.👍

  16. VERY well explained! nice job man. Thank you!

    //a network technician student

  17. Good stuff man … thx learned a lot. Good job explaining it

  18. when i use tracert command on google i have first 6 hops ok ( my isp ) but 7,8,9 and 10 are request timed out and 11 hop is ok. Is this normal ? also i have alot of ping timed outs when i ping google ( every minute or half minute i have request timed out )

  19. wtf with 567 dislikes …..

  20. Thank you for your video I enjoyed your thoroughness you seem very knowledgeable in network problems. Can you help me out with my issue? We hired a company to build us a website when they tried to point the domain to there server my website went down. I am not able to access from my desktop computer. However, I can access other websites just not our business site. I have tried all settings that have been common to symptoms. I am getting from the cmd( unable to resolve target system name.) I have contacted Comcast which is our local internet provider and they had me do all kinds of cmd prompts to no avail. When I cmd tracert and the website domain it gives me the message up above. I also have a bother who has the same internet provider who lives 12 miles away and he can't access our site as well. Comcast says there are no outages in the system but feel like there has to be a network issue. Can you advise me in anything that might help? Thank you for support.

  21. someone please tell me why my ping is worse when i am pinging my router than pinging google.

  22. Kudos, neatly done and very explanantory!!

  23. cuz i have problems with some of my programs like steam games non of them is working and it said there is no connection linked to it

  24. Thank You!!!

  25. thanks a lot

  26. Even in 2019, still relevant. This was a good quick refresher. Thank you!

  27. Very good video! Thanks! Instead ping can use free easynetmonitor util or something similar…

  28. Many people don't know how you get the first screen.

  29. I run the tracert command and the 2nd to the 9th hops said "Request timed out", although the 1st and the last got through. Is there a problem?

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