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T3 2018: ICT106 Data Communications and Networks Tutorial 5 Topic: Network protocols Submission: Five minutes before the end of the tutorial: all files must be uploaded on Moodle. Exercise 1: In this exercise, you use Netstat to view statistics about your network interface and the IP protocol. Then you generate traffic with Ping and Tracert to see the statistics of different packet types change. a. Open a command prompt window. b. To display statistics about your Ethernet interface, type netstat -e and press Enter. These statistics include the number of bytes and packets received and sent through the Ethernet interface. If any errors are indicated in the display, you might have problems with your network connection that are slowing the network down. If the error packets approach 1% of the total number of packets, something is probably wrong with your NIC or physical interface. Questions extracted from: Tomsho, G., 2015, Guide to Networking Essentials, 7th ed., Cengage: Boston, USA ICT106 Tutorial Compiled by: Shaleeza Sohail ICT106: Tutorial 5 Shaleeza Sohail DEC2018
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c. To see statistics for all protocols, type netstat -s and press Enter. To limit the display to just IP statistics, type netstat -ps IP and press Enter. Questions extracted from: Tomsho, G., 2015, Guide to Networking Essentials, 7th ed., Cengage: Boston, USA ICT106 Tutorial Compiled by: Shaleeza Sohail ICT106: Tutorial 5 Shaleeza Sohail DEC2018
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d. To see your network statistics updated every 5 seconds, type netstat -ps IP 5 and press Enter. Press Ctrl+C to stop the program. Questions extracted from: Tomsho, G., 2015, Guide to Networking Essentials, 7th ed., Cengage: Boston, USA ICT106 Tutorial Compiled by: Shaleeza Sohail ICT106: Tutorial 5 Shaleeza Sohail DEC2018
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e. To display ICMP information, type netstat -ps ICMP and press Enter. A variety of ICMP
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