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ipconfig command provides basic network management functionalities about Windows operating systems like Windows Server and Windows Desktop families. With ipconfig command IP address information about network interfaces can be listed, changed or DNS cache can be flushed. In this tutorial, we will look at these usage examples.How to use the ipconfig command and options explained?
ipconfig To display the full TCP/IP configuration for all adapters, type: ipconfig /all To renew a DHCP-assigned IP address configuration for only the Local Area Connection adapter, type: ipconfig /renew Local Area Connection To flush the DNS resolver cache when troubleshooting DNS name resolution problems, type: ipconfig /flushdnsWhat is the purpose of doing ipconfig?
Ipconfig is the the command line counterpart to winipcfg in Windows 95, 98 and ME. This command is mostly useful for computers that are set to obtain an IP address automatically, as it allows users to check which address is assigned by the DHCP or other configuration protocols.