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Network Troubleshooting with PING

Quickly Repair Network Problems Using the Hidden PING Command

Your PC is nothing without its connection to the Internet, so when your network connection goes down, you need to repair it fast. But, with so many different components between your computer and the web server you are accessing, how can you know where the fault lies? A hidden Windows tool makes troubleshooting network connections easy. With the PING command, you can perform tests between your PC and the different routers and machines on your network, to discover where the faults lie.

Follow the steps in this article to quickly track down and repair network errors using PING tests.

Category: Tips & Tricks
Issue: 2014 Issue 1 December/January
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Article Reference: N515



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