How to quickly troubleshoot my network?

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What are the most common methods of troubleshooting a network? Please help me, I am new to networking and want to know the easiest method to troubleshoot my network.
Mar 22 in Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking by Sandeep
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The best way to troubleshoot your network is by verifying the following set of issues that are most common.

  1. Verify connectivity
  2. Verify IP address
    ipconfig /all
  3. Verify gateway address
    ipconfig /all | find “Default Gateway”
  4. Ping gateway address
    ping
  5. Verify DNS resolution
    ping www.google.com
  6. Verify DNS address
    ipconfig /all | find “DNS Servers”
  7. Ping DNS address
    ping
These are the most common troubleshooting methods. Hope it helps.
answered Mar 22 by Priyaj
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