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Many situations require you to test the network locally on your local device utilizing the command line. For instance, if you're trying to test the network connection between a remote host and your local device, a web-based utility might not provide this detail. It will test the connection from its server to the host.

The perfect steps to utilize the traceroute and ping tools from the command-line depend on your device's operating system. Follow the proper procedures below for network connectivity to find out how our infrastructure works. If you face any network issue, then these tests would be ideal for troubleshooting and solving your problems.

The standard ping test is one of the safe and easy things you could do to verify connectivity between a remote host and local machine. This test is super easy to execute from the command line, just follow our steps, and you will be able to find out everything.

Accuwebhosting ping test permits you to verify and check the response time between local devices to servers from dozens of zones worldwide.

The ping test works by sending and receiving ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) packets to the chosen DC location to measure response times and detect any error from 15+ monitoring zones. Accuwebhosting ping report offers the display of ping report graphically on the webpage. We are providing you with a global view of the host's performance and availability on the internet.

After sending those multiple packets, the ping test reports back the time of each ICMP ping request along with a report of the request (failure or success).

If the ping report is a failure, the system will report back an error code and an error description. Further, using that report and statistics our tech team quickly resolves your network issue.

Traceroute is a feature that traces the address route (path) from one network location to another. It's quite useful to check if there are any delays in network responses, and routing loops present between two zones.

Traceroute utilizes ICMP packets with variable Time To Live (TTL) values. You can quickly diagnose if the network structure breaks from your provided IP address/hostname to Accuwebhosting Datacenter locations using this Accuwebhosting tracert utility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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