Check Active Network Connections through Command Prompt

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Hi Guys,

I want to know in command prompt how people come to know about active internet connection in a system?Can anyone clearly make me understand about it?
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Check Active Network Connections through Command Prompt

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Hi Mr.Adam,

You can simply know from 'ping' command in command prompt about active internet connection in a system.Please follow the below steps how to ping in command  prompt.
1.Go to start-all programs-accessories-run.(windows 7)
2.Click on 'RUN' and type 'cmd' and hit enter.
3.Now type 'ipconfig /all' and hit enter.
4.Scroll towards up, you will find your system's IPv4 address.Make a note of this IP address.
5.Again in that command prompt type 'ping space then copied IP address' and hit enter.
6.If it is pinging then you have active internet connection in your system.
Note:If you see sent packet 4 and received packet 4 and loss is zero then it is active internet connection in your system.
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Check Active Network Connections through Command Prompt

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Hello,

1. Go to Start menu >> All programs >> Accessories >> Command Prompt

2. Type the following command and hit enter:

Netstat –n

3. A list will appear. If you are connected with internet properly, in the space “Local Address”, you will see IP addresses and those are not 0.0.0.0.

If you see 0.0.0.0, it means that your PC is not connected to the internet.

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