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PING and TRACERT (traceroute) networking commands



PING and TRACERT (traceroute) networking command line tools (cmd). How to ping websites. How to use the tracert command.

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  1. Akkineni Surekha

    But how would you know that 4 packets are sent to destination ? you just took an example to understand or how can you please explain?

  2. Nat B

    Thank you so much for these great videos

  3. MJ RESEAU

    HI MAN I WANT TO KNOW HOW YOU CREAT THIS KINDS OF VIDEOS

  4. Terry Douglas

    Linux continues sending packets, not just four, which is kind of handy when troubleshooting wiring problems. There are ways to disable ping from replying on a system.
    There are versions of traceroute that gives you a map showing location of routers in between.

  5. S-Muslim

    May Allah bless this guy for educating us, Ameen

  6. Amir A

    Hello, first, great channel. Really a great way to pass knowledge. Second, I would like to add my language to the subtitle's options. How would I do it?

  7. Justin Newton

    You'd be a great teacher if you're not one already… love your videos…2 the point and direct…

  8. Metalockie

    You should have taught the entire Google it course

  9. Al Mamun Simul

    How you made this type of videos?? Which software you used? Please tell me

  10. Samuel Fonseca

    Could you do a video of “ping” on Cisco devices? I have some doubts. Thanks in advanced

  11. FASI RAHMAN

    Very good understanding.

    Please can you make a videos on logon types.

  12. sky is the limit

    Voice was low .. please increase bcz u provided good information ℹ️

  13. Teddy Lumidi

    Great Videos, Am learning a lot after watching each one of them

  14. paul nganga

    Excellent presentations! You make it so easy to digest the information. I really appreciate the time and effort you put into your videos. Thank You!!

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