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Nt command line TCP/IP commands

By rbelvedere ·
I used a command in the dos box a few weeks ago. It gave me all sorts of cool info including which Domain Controller the particular workstation logged onto the LAN with.
You think I can remember it, NOT! I'm sure it came from techrepublic tip.< I keep most >
But I lost this one. Does any one recall this command line and the switch.
Thanks,
Ralph.............

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by SteveD In reply to Nt command line TCP/IP co ...

Depends on your version of Windows. For NT4 and Win2000 use ipconfig /all. For Win95 and Win98 use winipcfg /all. (I guess ME is probably the same as 98.)

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by rbelvedere In reply to Nt command line TCP/IP co ...

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by zchris In reply to Nt command line TCP/IP co ...

here are several commands:
.net statistics workstation
.net statistics server
.net config workstation
.net config server
.nbtstat -s
.nbtstat -n
.nbtstat -r
.netstat
.ipconfig /all

i think they're the most important commands

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by rbelvedere In reply to Nt command line TCP/IP co ...

Thanks dude net config was what I was looking for

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