Which Windows command would display the protocols in use, the local address and port numbers, the foreign address and port numbers, and the connection state?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 1 v7Which Windows command would display the protocols in use, the local address and port numbers, the foreign address and port numbers, and the connection state?

Which Windows command would display the protocols in use, the local address and port numbers, the foreign address and port numbers, and the connection state?

  • ipconfig /all
  • ping
  • netstat
  • traceroute

Explanation: The netstat Windows command would display protocols in use, the local address and port numbers, the foreign address and port numbers, and the connection state.

Exam with this question: 14.4.5 Check Your Understanding – Port Numbers


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