Troubleshooting Network Issues From The Command Line

Jeff Mlakar walks us through a few tools for troubleshooting network connectivity solely from the command line:

NSLOOKUP
The nslookup command can check the name which an IP address will resolve to or which IP address resolves to a name (aka reverse lookup). This can be done either way as shown:

After having spent the long weekend futzing with Server Core instances for an upcoming project, I can also recommend learning the Powershell tools as well.

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