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Diagnose and troubleshoot TCP/IP in Windows 98/2000

Materials:
Working complete PC with NIC
Blank Diskette
Connection to a network
Student Diskette, "New Boot A Ver 2.0+"
Student CD-ROM, "Room 6359"
Objectives:
The student will become familiar with the Windows 9x/2000 commandline networking utilities,
Learn how to use these utilities to test the system and the network environment.
Learn how to use these utilities to test the resources and services of the local system and the networking environment.
Competency:
The student will understand the nature and function of the Windows commandline networking utilities and the related concepts including network components, protocols, services and clients and how to test these Windows networking components as well as the networking environment to which the local system is connected. The student will become familiar with all of the major commandline networking utilities and how to use them.

Preparation

In order to perform the following procedures you must have a Windows 98 system in which the TCP/IP protocol suite has been loaded and is functioning properly. See Setting up a TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer Network for details. All tools listed here are standard components of the Microsoft TCP/IP protocol suite for Windows 9x/NT/2000 operating systems with the exception of Winipcfg.exe which is found only on Windows 9x family operating systems and not on Windows NT family (NT 4.0, 2000, XP) operating systems.

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