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Windows Commands

General Commands

> ncpa.cpl	// Display network connection
> devmgmt.msc	// Device Manager
> compmgmt.msc	// Access Disk Mangement
> msconfig	// Windows Start Up
> msinfo32	 
> perfmon	// Network, Processor, Memory Stats Complicated
> resource monitor	// User friendly for above
> C:\> D:	// Syntax for changing to another drive! 
> shutdown -r -f -t 00	// Shutdown system
> attrib -r -a -s -h *.*	// Unhide all files in directory
> Win + R > netplwiz	// Bypass login

Shift Right Click - To open folder in Command Line :)
      

IPERF

# ./iperf -s
# ./iperf -c 51.38.64.124 -p 5001 -t 10 -f m -i 1 -P 8

-p         // port
-f m       // Mbits
-t         // Time
-i 1       // Interval in seconds
-b 1000M   // 1GB
-b 100M    // 100Mb
      

Diskpart

> diskpart >	// Windows Disk Utility
> list disk	// List disk numbers to work with
> select disk 3	// Select the disk to work with
> detail disk	// Display disk parameters
> clean	// Reset disk and MBR
> crate prtition primary	// Create a primary partition
> select partition 1	// Select the 1st partition
> active	// Make it active
> format fs=fat32 quick	// Format - fs=ntfs
> assign	// Assign it a drive letter (appears in windows explorer)
> exit

NOTE:-
64GB USB Key to large for some systems - diskpart cleaned it
Then in windows compmgmt.msc disk management created 8GB disk size! 
      

Network Commands

> ping 4.2.2.2 -n 3 -l 1400 -f	// -n number / -l length / -f dont fragment / -t continuous
> tracert -d 4.2.2.2	// -d do not resolve hostname
> pathping -q 5 4.2.2.2	// Combination of Ping and Tracert
 	 
> netstat -a -o -p tcp -b 3	// -a all / -o owning pid / -p proto / -b application / 3 sec
> netstat -afop tcp 5 > C:\tcp-activity.txt	// Netstat output to a file
 	 
> netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt	// Reset TCP settings
> ipconfig /flushdns	// Flush DNS Records
> ipconfig /all /flushdns /release /renew	 
> arp -a -d	//-a display all / -d delete all
> nslookup 'Return' set q=MX	// set q=MX to check MX Record

> %SystemRoot%\system32\SHELL32.dll	// Windows Icons Path
 	     
> route print	// Display routing table   
 
> add route 192.168.0.21 255.255.255.255 192.168.0.20  //add route (255.255.255.255! for single IP)


TELNET to test open ports
1. Enable Telnet in windows under (control panel/apps & features/programme & features/turn on)
2. > telnet 95.179.194.222 80

If port is OPEN you see a blank screen
If port is CLOSED you see Trying to connect....

      

Defrag & Scandisk

> defrag C: /A	// Analyse selected disk
> defrag C:	// Defrags Selected Disk
> sfc /scannow	// Checks system files