29 Comments on “Network Troubleshooting using PING, TRACERT, IPCONFIG, NSLOOKUP COMMANDS”

  1. nslookup is actually a dangerous command to have on there. if a person can search the name of a neighbor's computer through something like the "connect through another computer" function on Computer Management, they can use the command "nslookup [computername]," which will display the neighbor's computer's IP address, and copy & paste that IP address into the "Remote Desktop Connection" desktop app, and take control of that neighbor's computer. This is white-hat hacker knowledge, and this needs fixed.

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