This is a part of an on-going blog series written by Adam Gordon. Each week, Adam will walk you through a PowerShell command, showing you when and how to use each one. This week, Adam covers Get-NetAdapterBinding.
When to use Get-NetAdapterBinding
Anytime you need to get a list of the bindings for a network adapter.
NOTE: By default, only the visible bindings shown in the Networking tab under the Network Adapter properties in Windows UI are returned.
How to use Get-NetAdapterBinding
Get bindings for the specified network adapter & format the output as a list:
Get-NetAdapterBinding -Name “Wi-Fi 2” | Format-List
Get the state of TCP/IPv4 on the specified network adapter using the display name:
Get-NetAdapterBinding -Name “Wi-Fi 2” -DisplayName “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” | FL
Get the state of TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6 on all visible network adapters using a search string:
Get-NetAdapterBinding -Name “*” -DisplayName “Internet*”
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