How To Tracert Google.com?

How To Tracert Google.com?

The tracert command is used to find traceroute information from the current host to the specified destination or target. Google is one of the most popular and reliable destinations for the traceroute and generally used by system administrators. In this tutorial, we will examine how to traceroute to Google or “google.com”. Trace Route To Google … Read more

Windows tracert Command For Trace Route

Windows provides the tracert command in order to check the route to the specified destination in the network. The traceroute command is generally used to list intermediate hosts on the internet. The traceroute command tries to list every intermediate host by sending them ICMP packets. In some cases, the tracert command is also called a … Read more

How To Disable/Turn Off Firewall In Windows?

How To Disable/Turn Off Firewall In Windows?

Windows Firewall is used to protect system against network attacks and control network traffic by allowing or blocking different port connections. Windows Firewall is enabled by default for all Windows versions from Windows XP to Windows 10. Disable/Turn Off Firewall via Windows Settings Windows Firewall can be disabled from the Windows Settings which is provided … Read more

net use /delete – Delete Windows Shares

net use /delete - Delete Windows Shares

The “net use” command is used to mount or map Windows networks shares. After mounting them we may need to delete or remove these shares too. The “net use /delete” or “net use /del” command is used to remove or delete mapped Windows network shares. In this tutorial, we will learn how to delete all … Read more

Map Network Drive with “net use” Command In Windows

Map Network Drive with "net use" Command In Windows

One of the powerful features of the Windows operating systems is sharing and mapping drives over the network. These network shares can be easily consumed by other network hosts like Windows, Modem, TV, Smartphone, etc. The “net use” command is used to mount and map windows shares over the network. net use Command Syntax Before … Read more

How To Restart/Reboot Remote Computer?

How To Restart/Reboot Remote Computer?

Windows operating system provides different ways in order to restart the remote computers. Restart is also called a reboot where the remote system will be the first shutdown and then started automatically. Remote Desktop Connection, MS-DOS, and PowerShell command-line interfaces can be used to restart the specified single or multiple remote computers. Restart Remote Computer … Read more

Windows 10 SSH (OpenSSH) Tutorial

Windows 10 SSH (OpenSSH) Tutorial

SSH is a secure remote management protocol used in different operating systems and platforms like Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, Cisco, etc. The OpenSSH is an implementation of the SSH protocol. Different products are used for SSH servers and clients in Windows but all of them were 3rd party and do not come with Windows as built-in. … Read more

PowerShell Test-NetConnection Tutorial

PowerShell Test-NetConnection Tutorial

PowerShell provides the Test-NetConnection command or cmdlet which is equal to the ping command. The Test-NetConnection command is used to print detailed information and diagnostics about a connection and port. It supports ping test, TCP test, route tracing like traceroute or tracert command, DNS lookup, listing IP interfaces, etc. Ping Remote Host The Test-NetConnection command … Read more

How To Disable IPv6 (Windows, Linux, MacOSX)?

How To Disable IPv6 (Windows, Linux, MacOSX)?

IPv6 is the next-generation IP protocol that will replace IPv4. IPv4 is the current and the most popular IP protocol and used for 40 years. Even there are plans to jump IPv6 there are different technical problems that prevent the transition from IPv4 to IPv6. In daily life, normal users do not require IPV6 in … Read more

How To Use ping In Windows MS-DOS (cmd.exe)?

How To Use ping In Windows MS-DOS (cmd.exe)?

Windows provides the ping command in order to check remote system network connectivity. The ping name comes from the “Packet Internet Groper”. The ping command is provided by Windows operating systems by default. Ping command can send ICMP packets to the specified targets where the targets can be specified as IP address or hostname. Open … Read more