How To: Access the cmd prompt & use it to view blocked sites

Access the cmd prompt & use it to view blocked sites

This video will show you how to make your own command prompt and how to use command prompts to get onto blocked sites .

Steps to make your own command prompt:

1. Open notepad.
2. Type the following:
@ echo off
Start command
3. Now click on file option from the menu and save it on the desktop as: cmd.bat
4. Now double-click on the cmd.bat icon on the desktop.
5. A new window will open with your own command prompt.

Steps to use this command prompt to get on a blocked site:

1. Near the prompt type this and click enter:
2. Here you can see the ping statistics which displays the IP address. is the IP address of You Tube.
3. Now type this IP address in the address box of your browser and press enter.
4. You Tube opens in the browser.

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the cmd file is not opemimg

You can also use command
This only works if you have a school laptop. maybe won't work at some schools but still give it a try

  1. Press windows (the key with the windows logo) and R this will bring up the program run.
  2. Type into the text field command
  3. Follow the rest of the steps in the tutorial that doesn't include trying to access cmd.

Have fun getting onto all the sites you want at school.

Forgot to add at some schools you can use this technique on school desktops.

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