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Network Fundamentals

Lesson Five - MTA Exam 98-366

command prompt Microsoft’s version of a command-line interface or CLI.
elevated mode A mode used with User Account Control (UAC) to overcome certain restrictions.
FTP A protocol used to transfer files between hosts.
Ipconfig A command used in Windows to show or display IP configuration information.
Nbtstat A command used to display NetBIOS over TCP/IP statistics.
net command A command that can display all kinds of important networking data and allows you to configure various networking options such as services.
netsh A built-in command-line scripting utility that enables you to display and modify the network configurations of the local computer.
netstat A command used to display active TCP (or UDP) connections, as well as a host of other statistics.
nslookup A command used to display information about DNS names and their corresponding IP addresses; can be used to diagnose DNS servers.
open shortest path first (OSPF) A link-state protocol that monitors the network for routers that have a change in their link-state, meaning whether they were turned off or on or restarted.
pathping A command that tests network connectivity while showing you hop along the way and the degree of packet loss.
ping A command to test network connectivity while showing you each hop along the way.
Route A command used to display routing tables and modify static routes on a Windows system.
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) A distance vector protocol that uses algorithms to decipher which route to send data packets.
Telnet A command used to take control of a remote computer via a command prompt.
Tracert A command that shows paths to remote destinations.
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