Running a Traceroute to check for connection issues


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  1. Running a Traceroute to check for connection issues
  2. If you are having connection issues and want to pinpoint where the cause is. You can follow the different instructions below (depending on the type of Operating System you have) to run a traceroute.
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  10. You can perform a traceroute by performing the following steps:
  11. Windows Vista/7
  12. 1. Go to Start
  13. 2. Enter cmd in search programs and files, and select the cmd.exe in the programs list
  14. 3. At the prompt, type tracert yourdomain.com and hit enter.
  15. Windows XP/2000
  16. 1. Go to Start > Run...
  17. 2. Enter cmd and click OK.
  18. 3. At the prompt, type tracert yourdomain.com and hit enter.
  19. Windows ME/98/98SE
  20. 1. Go to Start > Run...
  21. 2. Enter command and click OK.
  22. 3. At the prompt, type tracert yourdomain.com and hit enter.
  23. Unix/Linux/Mac OS X
  24. 1. Open a terminal screen
  25. 2. At the prompt, type traceroute -I yourdomain.com and hit enter
  26. .:|NSlookup|:.
  27. You can perform a nslookup by performing the following steps:
  28. Windows Vista/7
  29. 1. Go to Start
  30. 2. Enter cmd in search programs and files, and select the cmd.exe in the programs list
  31. 3. At the prompt, type nslookup yourdomain.com and hit enter.
  32. Windows XP/2000
  33. 1. Go to Start > Run...
  34. 2. Enter cmd and click OK.
  35. 3. At the prompt, type nslookup yourdomain.com and hit enter.
  36. Windows ME/98/98SE
  37. 1. Go to Start > Run...
  38. 2. Enter command and click OK.
  39. 3. At the prompt, type nslookup yourdomain.com and hit enter.
  40. Unix/Linux/Mac OS X
  41. 1. Open a terminal screen
  42. 2. At the prompt, type nslookup yourdomain.com and hit enter
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  47. Useful, but in Linux:-
  48. better to use mtr than traceroute
  49. also
  50. nslookup is deprecated and you should start using dig
  51. Tracerout is always suggested when the client face the connection issues with the server from his end. It clarifies the exact problem and always helpful for the resolution.

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