In effort to move away from old school habits of using i.e. nslookup instead of PS cmdlets I thought it would be beneficial if for reference I would reblog quite interesting article about replacement of those cmd into pure PowerShell cmdlets. Original article you can find under here

IPCONFIG

Used to get ip configuration.

 

PING

Check connectivity to target host.

 

NSLOOKUP

Translate IP to name or vice versa

 

ROUTE

Shows the IP routes (also can be used to add/remove )

 

TRACERT

Trace route. Shows the IP route to a host, including all the hops between your computer and that host.

 

 

NETSTAT

Description: Shows current TCP/IP network connections.

 

 

So happy moving into objectirezed world of PowerShell 🙂