Here's a list of the network related tools you can use at the Command Prompt:
getmac − Displays the MAC addresses for your network cards.
hostname – Prints the hostname or computer name.
ipconfig − Display and change your TCP/IP configuration settings, or to flush DNS or renew DHCP leases.
nbtstat − Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP connections using NetBIOS over TCP/IP.
net − A set of commands for interacting with Windows network functions.
netsh − Powerful utility that can adjust many network and interface settings.
netstat − Displays immediate networks stats, such as open ports and routing table information.
nslookup − For testing and troubleshooting DNS servers
pathping − Used for network troubleshooting.
ping − Used for simple network troubleshooting.
route − Manipulates network routing tables.
tracert − Helps identify connectivity problems between the local computer and a network address.
tracert – Helps troubleshoot network connections by tracing the route to a server.