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Use Tracert to troubleshoot network connectivity

Use Tracert to troubleshoot network connectivity: Windows 10: Networking
Use Tracert to troubleshoot network connectivity: Windows 10: Networking

Use the Tracert command to see how many routers data has to pass through to reach a host on the Internet. Note the local router and ISP in the list of router hops. Use the information to see if the networking problem you’re trying to resolve is a problem with your local router, or one on a remote network that perhaps, you have no control over. Explore tracert command line switches too.

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