Ping, nslookup and ipconfig cmd via PowerShell

I’m used to regularly work with ping.exe, nslookup.exe and ipconfig.exe in the command prompt. With PowerShell becoming more and more the default it’s time to change my default behavior, sounds like a real programmer…

PowerShell 4.0 provides cmdlets for these commonly used command-line executables. Since I’m often searching for the cmdlet name, I thought to write a personal reminder and share it with you!

Another nice cmdlet to retrieve your IP addresses is:

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