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Performance testing and monitoring using free tool NTttcp from Microsoft

In my classes, whether it is a Cisco class or a CompTIA Network + class, one of the topics always considered is monitoring the network. It turns out that there is a cool tool that is available from Microsoft that allows a network admin to stress test a network connection and monitor the results. Simply … Continue reading Performance testing and monitoring using free tool NTttcp from Microsoft

Windows command prompt tricks – How to copy and paste text plus single keystrokes

It seems that we chug along with the same commands over and over in our daily lives as network admins. More than likely we are on the PowerShell bandwagon and learning it as fast as we can. In the meantime, we may still be using our old standby commands in the Windows command prompt just … Continue reading Windows command prompt tricks – How to copy and paste text plus single keystrokes