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Microsoft's version of a command-line interface or CLI.
a) FTP b) tracert c) command prompt d) Telnet
A command that shows paths to remote destinations.
a) open shortest path first (OSPF) b) pathping c) nslookup d) Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
A command that shows paths to remote destinations.
a) Telnet b) Tracert c) Nbtstat d) nslookup
A command used to display active TCP (or UDP) connections, as well as a host of other statistics.
a) command prompt b) open shortest path first (OSPF) c) elevated mode d) ping
A command used to display information about DNS names and their corresponding IP addresses; can be used to diagnose DNS servers.
a) Routing Information Protocol (RIP) b) pathping c) command prompt d) nslookup
A command to test network connectivity between two hosts.
a) tracert b) ping c) open shortest path first (OSPF) d) Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
A distance vector protocol that uses algorithms to decipher which route to send data packets.
a) elevated mode b) telnet c) open shortest path first (OSPF) d) Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
A protocol used to transfer files between hosts.
a) open shortest path first (OSPF) b) asdf c) asdf d) FTP
A mode used with User Account Control (UAC) to overcome certain restrictions.
a) elevated mode b) asdf c) asdf d) asdf
A command used in Windows to show or display IP configuration information.
a) nslookup b) Ipconfig c) asdf d) asdf
A built-in command-line scripting utility that enables you to display and modify the network configurations of the local computer.
a) elevated mode b) asfd c) netsh d) asfd
A command that can display all kinds of important networking data and allows you to configure various networking options such as services.
a) net command b) asddf c) open shortest path first (OSPF) d) asdf
A link-state protocol that monitors the network for routers that have a change in their link-state, meaning whether they were turned off or on or restarted.
a) asd b) open shortest path first (OSPF) c) as d) asdf
A command used to display active TCP (or UDP) connections, as well as a host of other statistics.
a) Nbstat b) asdf c) open shortest path first (OSPF) d) asdf
A command used to display routing tables and modify static routes on a Windows system
a) Route b) elevated mode c) asdf d) sadf
command used to take control of a remote computer via a command prompt.
a) asdf b) pathping c) sa d) Telnet
asdf
a) asdf b) open shortest path first (OSPF) c) pathping d) asdf
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