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KANCHARLA NAVEEN KUMAR (20BPS1137)DATE:10-01-2022FACULTY:Sudha. ACSE1004 LAB EXP-1NETWORKING COMMANDS AND DEVICESAIM:To explore the networking devices and the basiccommand involved in the networks.COMMAND-1:ipconfigOUTPUT:
EXPLANATION:Ipconfig is a console application designed to run from thewindows command prompt. It allows us to get theIP addressinformation of a windows compiler. It also allows us to getsome control over our network adapters, IP addresses(DHCP), even our DNS cache. Itdisplays all current TCP/IPnetwork configuration valuesand refreshes dynamic hostconfiguration protocol (DHCP) and domain name system(DNS). It displays Ip versions, subnet mask and defaultgateway for all adapters including VPN.COMMAND-2:ipconfig/allEXPLANATION:Ipconfig/all displays the full TCP/IP configuration for alladapters. Adapters can represent physical interfaces such asnetwork or logical adapters. This command displays the sameIp addressing information for each adapter additionally itdisplays DNS and WNS settings for each adapter.
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COMMAND-3:pingOUTPUT:EXPLANATION:Ping command verifies IP-level connectivity to another TCP/IPcomputer by sending internet control message protocol(ICMP) echo request messages. The receipt of correspondingecho reply messages is displayed along with round trip times.When this command is used our device sends a request tothe host device and waits for the connection to establish. Thiscommand output contains information about packets and theamount of time each package takes to reach the host. Theterminal keeps on printing the responses until thecommunication gets interrupted. Some of the tasks that pingcommand performs are: testing network connectivity,including LAN and internet, checking server status and testing

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