Traceroute

UCDN
2017-10-16 08:30

traceroute is a tool which is useful to recognize network problems and determine if there is any latency. It can be used to determine whether the problem with the connection is due to the final destination or somewhere along the line.

The example below shows traceroute to ucdn.com.

traceroute ucdn.com

traceroute to ucdn.com (78.140.166.8), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
1  204.155.144.161 (204.155.144.161)  5.154 ms  0.164 ms  4.953 ms
2  204.26.60.108 (204.26.60.108)  0.472 ms  5.118 ms  5.175 ms
3  xe-0-3-1.r1.ny.iptransit.com (204.26.60.69)  47.169 ms xe-1-1-0.r1.ny.iptransit.com (204.26.60.61)  43.176 ms  43.308 ms
4  xe-0-3-0.r2.ams.tc2.nl.iptransit.com (199.59.206.137)  115.391 ms  115.449 ms xe-0-2-3.r2.ams.tc2.nl.iptransit.com (199.59.206.177)  119.586 ms
5  ae5.10.j-evo-d4.wz.iptransit.com (199.59.206.154)  124.039 ms  119.649 ms  118.246 ms
6  ucdn.com (78.140.166.8)  128.443 ms  126.796 ms  121.464 ms

You can check for more information here: How-To Geek|How to Use Traceroute to Identify Network Problems

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