This document introduces how to use some basic features on Windows.
1. How to run CLI (Command Line Instruction)
Press Win+R on the keyboard, enter cmd and press Enter (or click OK).
2. How to enable telnet command
Open Control Panel table > Programs > Turn Windows features on or off, enable Telnet Client and Save the change.
3. How to turn on or off Windows Defender Firewall
Open Control Panel > System and Security (View by Category) > Windows Defender Firewall > Turn Windows Defender Firewall on or off
4. How to configure TCP/IP properties
Open Control Panel > Network and Internet (View by Category) > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter setting
Or right click the Connection button on the downright corner of the screen, select open Network and Internet settings, find change adapter settings at Status
Right click Ethernet or Local Area Connection, select Properties > Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
If you are unsure what values should be entered in the fields, it would be a good idea to contact your ISP, or in case of home router, refer to the router’s user manual or contact the router’s vendor’s customer support team.
If all the fields are already populated with the values, you can try configuring Windows 10 to get the IP address and all other settings automatically from the router or the ISP. You can do so by selecting the Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically radio buttons in the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties box.
Once the fields are populated with the values (or Windows is configured to get the settings automatically), click OK and back on the NIC’s properties box, click OK again.