If you want to check which workstations on the local network or the Internet that data packets are transferd through, how much time does it take to transfer these packets, or whether there is any workstation does not respond to the packets you have sent, or simply you just want to diagnose the connection lines, this tool will help you effectively.
The Traceroute tool will show you each hop sequentially, and total hops required. For each hop, it will display the hop #, roundtrip times, best time (ms), IP address, TTL.
This tool is used to check the errors and determine the path of data packets from the computer sending the request to the computer receiving the request on the computer network.
If you encounter an error when accessing a certain website, Traceroute can help you identify where the error occurred and also can help you see the path of the packets from your computer to the server containing the website.
It also shows you how systems are connected to each other, letting you see how your ISP connects to the Internet as well as how the target system is connected.