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Use ping to troubleshoot network connectivity

Use ping to troubleshoot network connectivity: Windows 10: Networking
Use ping to troubleshoot network connectivity: Windows 10: Networking

Use the ping command in PowerShell or a command prompt to troubleshoot TCP/IP connectivity issues on a local machine or remote host. Learn what errors mean including Destination Host Unreachable and Request Timed Out, and where to start to resolve the problem. Explore ping parameters and learn what other TCP/IP command line tools are available to you.

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