Defrag Tools #129 - Networking - Part 2 | Defrag Tools

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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder continue to discuss Networking. We look at more inbox tools (netsh, tracert, ping, psping, net) and talk about Receive-Side Scaling (RSS), TCP Chimney Offload and the TCP Receive Window.

Timeline:

[00:00] - LAN Manager (Larry Osterman Part 1 & Part 2)
[00:52] - netsh interface tcp show global
[02:22] - KB9513037
[02:34] - Receive-Side Scaling (RSS)
[02:34] - netsh interface tcp set global rss=enabled/disable/default
[04:54] - Chimney Offload
[04:54] - netsh interface tcp set global chimney=enabled/disable/default
[07:50] - TCP/IP Receive Window
[10:40] - netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal/disable
[12:26] - Latency - tracert <name>
[16:40] - ping <name> (-t, -4, -6)
[17:57] - Sysinternals PSPing: psping <name>:<port>
[19:22] - Mark Russinovich on Defrag Tools Live
[19:30] - netstat / netstat -a
[19:49] - List open files: net file
[19:49] - Close open file: net file NNN /close
[21:23] - net share - Share is hidden if it has a $ postfix
[21:50] - net view
[22:11] - net share dumps=c:\dumps
[23:09] - net share /delete <share>
[23:58] - "net" command (from LAN Manager)
[24:09] - net accounts
[24:24] - net computer /add | /del
[24:09] - net accounts
[24:50] - net config server
[24:50] - net config workstation
[25:50] - net pause/continue/start/stop
[24:09] - net group (Domain Controller groups)
[24:09] - net localgroup (local groups)
[26:40] - net session (SMB sessions)
[26:53] - net statistics server (statistics of Server service)
[27:10] - net statistics workstation (statistics of Workstation service)
[27:33] - net user (local users)
[27:33] - net view (Machines in domain/workgroup)
[27:40] - net view (Machines in domain/workgroup)
[27:50] - PowerShell has lots of commands for networking: Get-ModuleList -ListAvailable
[28:57] - e.g. Get-NetIPAddress
[29:26] - Email us your issues at defragtools@microsoft.com



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