IP Address and Network Connections in Windows Server 2000

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How can I test my IP address from a MS-DOS Command Prompt on my Windows Server 2000?

And also, how can I validate my network connections?

Can anyone here help me?

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #94107

IP Address and Network Connections in Windows Server 2000

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First you can attest your IP address from a MSDOS by using the command ipconfig /all its provides you the detail of IP addresses of Local Area Connections.

1. You can validate you Network Connections from MSDOS

Click start > RUN > write 'cmd > write ipconfig /all

2. You can validate also from GUI Interface 

Click start > setting > Control panel > Network Connections

Answered By 0 points N/A #94109

IP Address and Network Connections in Windows Server 2000

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To test each connection in a network you need to type its IP address in cmd with the ping command.

The format will be as shown below

ping 192.168.1.1 

This will ping the 1st computer or the IP address for the computer.

This is a simple way to validate each connection on the network. 

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