Trace routing command prompt connection

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Aside from trace routing(tracert), what other command can I use on a command prompt window to check my connection from my computer to a particular website or Internet Protocol address?

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Trace routing command prompt connection

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Another command you can use on command prompt is

pathping<space>URL

Pathping combines both ping and tracert but the good thing about it, is it gives the ping statistics of each node between your computer and the website address.

Check the image below :

The list in the image shows the nodes between your computer and the destination website which is similar to what you would see when you do a trace routing command. After this list comes up, it is time to wait while it is computing. It can take a while so you need to be patient.

Now, this is the complete result of a pathping command. Under the RTT column, it shows the number of milliseconds it took to traverse to that node which can help you to better understand your connection.

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