Difference between revisions of "Tracert"

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*Let WINMTR run for <b>ca. 30 seconds (Please keep in mind, you must not run programs like messengers, file sharing programs)</b>  
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*Let WINMTR run for <b><span style="color:red">5 minutes (Please keep in mind, you must not run programs like messengers, file sharing programs)</span></b>  
  
 
*If you get <b>"no response from host"</b> and the column is completely full with <b>"0"</b>, the IP Router wants to be anonymous.  
 
*If you get <b>"no response from host"</b> and the column is completely full with <b>"0"</b>, the IP Router wants to be anonymous.  

Revision as of 19:42, 6 May 2017

In computing, traceroute (tracert) is a computer network diagnostic tool for displaying the route (path) and measuring transit delays of packets across an Internet Protocol (IP) network. The history of the route is recorded as the round-trip times of the packets received from each successive host (remote node) in the route (path); the sum of the mean times in each hop is a measure of the total time spent to establish the connection.

Before starting a Tracert, you should close all programs that access the internet in order to obtain a valid result.

Create Tracert with WINMTR

  • Start the program "WinMTR" and under "Host" enter the IP Address, which you want to trace packets to.

Winmtrnew.jpg

  • Click on "Start" and it should look like this:


Winmtrip.jpg


  • Let WINMTR run for 5 minutes (Please keep in mind, you must not run programs like messengers, file sharing programs)
  • If you get "no response from host" and the column is completely full with "0", the IP Router wants to be anonymous.
  • After 30 seconds you can click on "Stop" and then on "Export TEXT" to export the result into a text file.
  • You can do a Comparison Tracert to another Gameserver-IP with the same procedure, if you want.
  • So that we can perform a likewise Tracert to you, in order to check the return connection, please tell us your IP Adress (see http://www.whatismyip.com/).