This article focuses on tools that will help us to identify and resolve IP connectivity problems between hosts. Windows Server 2016 includes a number of command‑line tools that can help you diagnose network problems. These tools were commonly used in earlier Windows Server editions.
Ipconfig:- Ipconfig is a command‑line tool that
displays the current TCP/IP network configuration. Additionally, you can
use the ipconfig command to refresh DHCP and DNS settings. The
following command‑line options for ipconfig.
Ipconfig /all:- View detailed configuration information.
Ipconfig /release:- Release the leased configuration back to the DHCP server.
Ipconfig /Renew:- Renew the leased configuration.
Ipconfig /displaydns:- View the DNS resolver cache entries.
Ipconfig /flushdns:- Purge the DNS resolve cache.