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Introduction to Windows Networking Commands

Windows System provides plenty of networking commands to troubleshoot network issues by executing them in CMD (command prompt or command console). Go to search on computer-> search for cmd. Suppose if you are new to the computer and got stuck with the system or network issue. You can ask other people to help you through remote access. It is done by sharing the IP address of your system, allowing other people to remotely handle your computer and resolve the issue. There are two networking protocols TCP and UDP. TCP requires an IP address because it will help if some issue arises. UDP does not require an IP address. These are required while connected to devices.
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