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Traceroute in Windows, Linux and MAC

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Traceroute in Windows, Linux and MAC - domitienda

From DomiTienda, suppliers of hostings and domains in Spain, we want to explain to you why it serves traceroute, and how to use it following the operating system.

What is traceroute and why it serves

We can define traceroute, as an element that allows us to follow the route that a certain package of protocol of Internet realises (IP) which we sent to the servant. Once we conducted this battle, this package happens through a great selection of network devices before arriving at the own servant, as routers or fire-guards, among others.

Then, traceroute allows us to accede to the IP and the response time that offers each one of the devices of network at issue. This way, we can thus observe in real time any kind of problem that happens between the PC and the servant, and, to be able to solve it of faster way.

Traceroute in Windows

To use traceroute in Windows as operating system is very simple. Simply we must accede from the writing-desk to €œPrograms€ and, next to €œAccessories€.

The following step is to enter €œCommand line interpreter€ and to execute CMD.

The commando is the following one: tracert IP. Thus, if for example the IP is 198.124.3.1, the commando is of the following way: tracert 198.124.3.1.

Traceroute in Mac

If you have an equipment of Apple, to execute traceroute in Mac to detect if some problem between the PC and the servant exists, also is very simple.

It is necessary to accede to €œApplications€ and, later, to enter €œUtilitarian€ and €œTerminal€. Finally, one selects €œto Spotlight€ and €œTerminal€.

The commando to execute is tracert IP. Following the example of Windows, the commando is the following one: tracert 198.124.3.1.

Traceroute in Linux

And, finally, traceroute in Linux. When opening the terminal, is necessary to introduce the following commando traceroute: traceroute IP. Continuing with the example, this he is the commando:  traceroute 198.124.3.1.

How to read traceroute?

Once executed the commando, the moment arrives for interpreting the results. First to which you must pay attention it is in forward edge that appears right under the own commando; you will see the name of the domain, direction IP and the number of jumps that must do traceroute before finalizing.

Then, you must observe the lines that follow to him; each of them represents a certain router to arrive until the website at issue.

The first part of the lines indicates the name of each router and, next, its direction IP and thousandth of second that takes the package in realising a roundtrip from the PC to that router in particular.

Once traceroute has been completed, you will see the message €œTrace Complete€ along with €œRequest Timed Out€ (exhausted Time of delay). In the great majority of the cases, this means that there are fire-guards that the PC is blocking.

Traceroute is extremely useful to follow the way that realises the packages of network between the equipment and the Web server, and, this way, to be able to determine if some kind of problem exists. It is necessary to consider that in networks of medium or great size, is possible that the communication is not direct and the speed can turns slowed down by different factors.

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