Use the command nbtstat.
-a (adapter status) Lists the remote machine's name table given its name
-A (Adapter status) Lists the remote machine's name table given its
-c (cache) Lists NBT's cache of remote [machine] names and their IP
-n (names) Lists local NetBIOS names.
-r (resolved) Lists names resolved by broadcast and via WINS
-R (Reload) Purges and reloads the remote cache name table
-S (Sessions) Lists sessions table with the destination IP addresses
-s (sessions) Lists sessions table converting destination IP
addresses to computer NETBIOS names.
-RR (ReleaseRefresh) Sends Name Release packets to WINS and then, starts Refr
The client resolver cache is the first place that the DNS client looks for host name resolution. Because it is a location in memory, the client resolver cache resolves IP addresses more quickly than the other host name resolution methods and does not create network traffic. The cache stores host names that have recently been resolved. It also contains mappings that are loaded from the Hosts file. These mappings include the record name, Time-to-Live (TTL) value, and IP address.
Most operating systems have a methodology for determining the host name of a client. On the command line, the command is usually 'hostname', for both Windows and Unix/Linux. From the GUI Windows perspective, looking at the System or Computer properties will reveal the hostname.
Host name is what your computer uses for items Get the meaning of host? And your computer name is the name of the computer its self.
In order to secure a host name for your computer, it is important to have internet hooked into the computer. Then a host name will be assigned to the computer
It is a similar name for customers. They are the people you provide a service to. In computing, a client is a computer that is part of a network and connected to a server. In this context a client can be called a host or sometimes a node. Like customers, services are being provided to it.
It is dependant on your logon, for example if your logon is seanaroniss111, then your computer name is that.
The other Name of RAM Cache is Disk Cache
l1 cache l2 cache
DNS spoofing (or DNS cache poisoning) is a computer hacking attack, whereby data is introduced into a Domain Name System (DNS) name server's cache database, causing the name server to return an incorrect IP address, diverting traffic to another computer (often the attacker's).
pipeline and decoding unit ALU 1st level cache
Perhaps a "node" or a "client" or a "server".
The client IP address, the clients host name, the port address to use during communication
Is the principal web page, for example www.google.com
The host file provides a list of static DNS entries for a specific computer. In general, the computer checks it's host file for DNS lookup before going to the DNS server.If the server name is found in the host file, the computer uses the specified IP address. Otherwise, the server queries a DNS server for name lookup.
You can't find another computer name but you can find other users on the same computer. I am not sure but i think cmd is only a client based program not a server based.
Check your user name and password. If they're correct, then try cleaning cache and cookies.
another name for good client
Each computer on which the common language runtime is installed has a machine-wide code cache called the global assembly cache (GAC). Assemblies deployed in the global assembly cache must have a strong name. A developer tool named "Global Assembly Cache tool" (Gacutil.exe), provided by the .NET Framework SDK can be used to deploy assemblies to GAC. The global assembly cache stores assemblies specifically designated to be shared by several applications on the computer. It provides us the way to overcome "DLL Hell" problem also.
Configuring a workgroup is easy - give the workgroup and name and use that name in the workgroup section for the computer identification. The other choice is for a client-server (domain) based network. Therefore you only have two choices for computer identification; either as a workgroup or as a domain (client/server).
It means there are two "computer name" are same on your network. To solve this problem Go to My computer's properties then click on computer name then click on "Change" and change your Computer name like server, client, mycomputer etc. click on Ok. The system ask you to restart your computer, click on yes and restart your computer. Your problem is solved.
If I understand what you're asking; hold down the Windows key and press Break - the computer information dialog will appear - you'll see the computer network name and the name of the workgroup to which the computer belongs.
If the IP address of a computer or server that you have recently accessed by its hostname has changed, if you attempt to access the host name again, it will not work. Windows maintains a DNS cache to store the names and IP addresses of systems that you access. If the IP address of one of those systems change before the item expires from the cache, you will need to flush your DNS cache. In windows, you can flush the DNS cache by performing these steps: # Click on Start, then click on Run # Type 'cmd' and click OK # At the command prompt, type in 'ipconfig /flushdns' and hit enter # After you get the success message, type in 'exit' and hit enter
"Host" could mean your domain name provider, your webspace provider, etc. A host name is the name of your "Host".
Backside bus or cache bus