The 12 most popular Windows command-line tools
The following list depicts the most common command-line network utilities that most administrators use when troubleshooting systems and network connectivity problems. It helps to get a list of common commands in one place just in case one tool which you are unfamiliar with may match a particular task better.
Categories: Troubleshooting Tags: getmac, hostname, ipconfig, nbtstat, net, netstat, nslookup, pathping, ping, tracert
Netstat displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP network connections. With Netstat you can collect connection statistics about the names of the protocols (TCP or UDP) used, the IP addresses of both local and remote computers, the ports used for both local and remote computers and the state of TCP connections.
Categories: Networking, Troubleshooting Tags: active connections, IP, IP address, listening ports, netstat, network, network statistics, PID, remote IP, TCP, UDP