This Bite Size module explores the range of simple tools and utilities which are available to trace faults, determine end-to-end delay and pinpoint problems in IP networks.
We’ll check out ping, tracert, ipconfig/all, netstat, and ARP, with simple examples.
Many of the basic tools and utilities used to diagnose faults or locate problems in IP networks are run from the basic ‘command line interface'. This is also often called the DOS prompt, so called because in the early days of computers, the Disk Operating System invented by IBM, and its derivative MS-DOS went unchallenged for several years as the supreme operating system between 1981 and 1995, when the Windows operating system first emerged…
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate CPD Points
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