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How to Easily Diagnose Connection Issues Using Traceroute in Windows

Do you know of the traceroute or “tracert” command in Windows? It’s a tool that allows you to see the path your connection takes when heading to a specific destination. While it’s very interesting to see where your packets go when connecting to a website, its primary use is to see where along the path packets are being lost.... This story continues at Make Tech Easier The post How to Easily Diagnose Connection Issues Using Traceroute in Windows appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
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