The -n switch is case-sensitive; don't capitalize it.
Ping the IP address of your router or the default gateway on your network.
5. Ping the address of each DNS server on your network. (If you don't know these addresses, see the next section for details on how to discover them .)
6. Ping a known host outside your network . Well-known, high-traffic websites are ideal for this step .
7. Use the Pathping command to contact the same host you specified in step 6. This command combines the functionality of the Ping command with the Traceroute utility to identify intermediate destinations on the internet between your computer and the specified host or server.
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