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Chapter 1. Configuring and Troubleshooti... > Troubleshooting TCP/IP Addressing Pr...

Troubleshooting TCP/IP Addressing Problems

Even in the best planned and implemented networks, problems arise from time to time. Some problems can be traced back to users making unauthorized changes to client computer settings, and others may be due to network connectivity problems such as downed or saturated links. Whatever the case may be, you need to quickly identify and correct problems related to TCP/IP addressing if network communications are to occur smoothly on your network.

In your troubleshooting efforts, you can make use of several tools that are built into Windows Server 2003. These tools include the venerable ping command, which has been around as long as TCP/IP (well, almost as long) and some newer tools, such as the pathping command and the Network Diagnostics tool that can be run within the Windows graphical user interface (GUI). Of course, there are many useful third-party tools and applications available, but you do not need to worry about them for the exam.


  

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