How do I run a traceroute on my computer?
Traceroute is a computer network diagnostic tool for displaying the route (path) and measuring transit delays of packets across an Internet Protocol (IP) network. When you connect to a specific website, Traceroute shows the path it takes for your computer to connect to that website.
Here’s how you can run a traceroute:
- Open the Start menu.
- Click on Run.
- Type cmd and then press the OK button to open a command prompt.
- At the prompt, type tracert www.hooq.tv and press the Enter key.
- To copy the results, right click on the window and choose ‘Select All’. This will make the box contents turn white with black text and copy the contents to your clipboard.
- Go to the document you want to put the results into, right click and choose paste (or press CTRL + V on your keyboard).
- You may now close the traceroute window.
- Go to Applications.
- Click on Utilities.
- Click on Network Utility.
- Click on Trace route.
- Type www.play.hooq.tv the appropriate input field and press Trace.
- Select the results, and then right-click and select Copy or press COMMAND+C to copy the text.
- Paste the text into a text editor (TextEdit, etc.) and save the file.
Once you’ve saved the results of the trace route, please send it to us via email (email@example.com).
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