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Tracert User Service Tool Software Download




Tracert is a command-line utility that can be used to trace the route of network packets from a source host to a destination host. It can help diagnose network connectivity issues, identify the location of network devices, and measure network latency. Tracert uses Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo requests and echo replies to determine the path and the round-trip time of each hop.


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However, tracert has some limitations, such as:



  • It only works with IPv4 addresses, not IPv6 addresses.



  • It may not be able to reach some hosts that block ICMP packets or use firewalls.



  • It does not provide detailed information about each hop, such as hostnames, packet loss, or configuration changes.




Therefore, some users may prefer to use alternative tools that can overcome these limitations and provide more features and functionalities. In this article, we will introduce three such tools that can be downloaded for free and used as tracert user service tools.


SolarWinds Traceroute NG




SolarWinds Traceroute NG is a free tool that combines the functionality of tracert and ping in a single network diagnostic tool. It can detect path changes, allow continuous probing, offer both TCP and ICMP network path analysis, create a txt logfile, and support both IPv4 and IPv6. It can also identify IP addresses, hostnames, packet loss, and latency of each hop. SolarWinds Traceroute NG can be downloaded from [here].


WinMTR




WinMTR is a free Windows visual application that also combines the functionality of tracert and ping in a single network diagnostic tool. It can display the number of hops, the IP address, the hostname, the percentage of lost packets, and the average round-trip time of each hop. It can also save the results in a text or HTML format. WinMTR supports both IPv4 and IPv6 and can be downloaded from [here].


Open Visual Traceroute




Open Visual Traceroute is a free open source cross-platform Java visual traceroute tool. It can display the route of network packets on a 3D map using Google Earth or online maps. It can also show the IP address, the hostname, the country flag, and the WHOIS information of each hop. It supports both ICMP and UDP packets and both IPv4 and IPv6. Open Visual Traceroute can be downloaded from [here].


Conclusion




In this article, we have introduced three tracert user service tools that can be downloaded for free and used to trace the route of network packets from a source host to a destination host. These tools can provide more features and functionalities than the standard tracert utility and help users diagnose network connectivity issues, identify the location of network devices, and measure network latency.


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