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2.22.2. tracert/traceroute

tracert/traceroute - a standard utility with which you can check the status of intermediate nodes on the network route to a site and determine the section of the network that has problems if the site is unavailable. Depending on the operating system used, it uses the ICMP or UDP.

To execute the command tracert on a Windows device, do the following:
  1. Open up command line.
  2. Enter the command and press Enter:
    tracert example.com

    In the team instead of example.com specify the address of the site to which you want to trace (the address must be specified without http:// or https:// at the beginning and / in the end):

  3. Wait for the execution results:
To execute the command traceroute on a macOS device, do the following:
  1. Open up terminal.
  2. Enter the command and press Enter:
    traceroute example.com

    In the team instead of example.com specify the address of the site to which you want to trace (the address must be specified without http:// or https:// at the beginning and / in the end):

  3. Wait for the execution results.