Network Statistics

Posted On 2008-04-17 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Net Statistics
Tags: Windows Commandline Tip Windows
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Using the NET STATISTICS command, you can get a lot of detailed information about how a workstation or server is communicating over the network.

Open a command prompt and type:


for workstation communication information about your computer

A typical workstation report will look like the following:
Workstation Statistics for \\COMPUTERNAME

Statistics since 07/17/2007 1:02 PM

Bytes received 97328
Server Message Blocks (SMBs) received 670
Bytes transmitted 158765
Server Message Blocks (SMBs) transmitted 656
Read operations 73
Write operations 0
Raw reads denied 0
Raw writes denied 0

Network errors 0
Connections made 18
Reconnections made 3
Server disconnects 2

Sessions started 0
Hung sessions 0
Failed sessions 0
Failed operations 0
Use count 22
Failed use count 0

The command completed successfully.

For server communication information about your computer type:

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