N/APosted on - 06/29/2020
I was playing around with command prompt on Windows and the various commands. That is when I came across the Traceroute command. Can one use the traceroute command in Windows to diagnose or resolve network routing issues?
Network Routing Issues And The Traceroute Command In Windows
Sure, the traceroute command in Windows aids us in diagnosing plausible network routing issues. For this, launch the command prompt(CMD) on Windows and type this command- tracert example.com – (replace “example.com” with the concerned domain name). If your network is fine, you can expect a response similar to the one shown below.
Otherwise, the response you receive would be either “Request Time Out” or a * * *.