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The Ping command is used to test communication between one computer and another; Tracert is used to follow a particular route from one computer to another. The Pathping command is a combination of both Ping and Tracert, displaying information about packet loss at every router between the host computer and the remote one. The Pathping command provides information about data loss between the source and the destination, allowing you to determine which particular router or subnet might be hav ing network problems. To use the Pathping command, at the command prompt, type pathping followed by the target name or IP address.
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Note The Windows Help And Support Center offers a list of all of the commands that you can perform by using the command line. Search for Command-Line Reference A-Z. Each com mand reference includes a description of the command and how to use it.
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Name resolution is the process that allows network and Internet users to access resources by their names instead of their IP addresses. Names that are used might be (among others) computer names, server names, printer names, or FQDNs. Without name resolution, users would be forced to remember the IP addresses of each resource
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on the network or on the Internet. Thus, name resolution makes accessing resources much simpler. When problems occur with accessing network resources, often the solu tion involves troubleshooting these components.
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DNS servers resolve the names of hosts on the network to their respective IP addresses. Administrators install DNS servers and configure the IP addresses of resources on the network. When something is wrong with the DNS configuration on a computer or the DNS server on a network, client computers cannot resolve computer names or FQDNs to their IP addresses, and connectivity to resources fails. If you believe (because of results of Ping, Ipconfig /all, Tracert, or other command-line tests) that an incorrect DNS configuration is preventing a user or users from resolving names to IP addresses, and you have verified the IP address of the DNS server and that the server is online, you should check the DNS settings on the local computer.
Exam Tip For the exam, make sure that you understand how to enable automatic configu ration of DNS servers and know where to go to specify particular DNS servers.
WINS Issues
In addition to DNS, WINS is sometimes used on a network. WINS servers resolve NetBIOS names to their associated IP addresses. NetBIOS names allow computers running previous versions of Windows (such as Windows NT, Windows Me, and Windows 98) to participate in a network and to access resources.
Note Not all networks use WINS servers. WINS integration is necessary only if the network includes computers running previous versions of Windows.
If the network includes a WINS server, if you believe that an incorrect WINS configu ration is preventing a computer from resolving NetBIOS names to IP addresses, and if you have verified the IP address of the WINS server (and that it is online), you should check the WINS settings on the local computer.
Practice: Resolve Network Connectivity Issues
In this practice, you will create and configure an Internet connection. You will also use the Ipconfig and Ping commands to test network connectivity.
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Supporting Network Connectivity
Exercise 1: Configure an Internet Connection
Note In this exercise, you will configure a nonfunctioning Internet connection by using a modem that does not exist. After you finish this exercise, delete the Internet connection.
1. Log on to Windows XP using an account with administrator privileges. 2. From the Start menu, select My Computer. 3. In the Other Places section in the left-hand pane, select My Network Places. 4. In the My Network Places window, in the Network Tasks section, click View Network Connections. 5. In the Network Connections window, in the Network Tasks section, click Create A New Connection. 6. In the New Connection Wizard, on the Welcome To The New Connection Wizard page, click Next. 7. On the Network Connection Type page, verify that Connect To The Internet is selected, and click Next. 8. On the Getting Ready page, select Set Up My Connection Manually, and click Next. 9. On the Internet Connection page, verify that Connect Using A Dial-Up Modem is selected, and click Next. 10. On the Connection Name page, in the ISP Name text box, type Contoso, and then click Next. 11. On the Phone Number To Dial page, in the Phone Number text box, type 1-000000-0000. Click Next. 12. On the Connection Availability page, click Next. 13. On the Internet Account Information page, in the User Name text box, type your name. In the Password and Confirm Password text boxes, type password. Click Next. 14. On the Completing The New Connection Wizard page, click Finish.
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