Command Line Commands (part 2) – Using the ipconfig and the NS lookup commands

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Using the ipconfig and the NS lookup commands This lesson covers using the ipconfig and nslookup command. Ipconfig is the Windows command line that shows generic information about our client such as the network name and which DNS servers we are connected to for a particular adapter. The NSlookup allows us to perform a DNS lookup and see what servers are providing us with a response.
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