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 * http://winmtr.net/how-to/
== Download ==

You can download at https://github.com/White-Tiger/WinMTR/releases link.

== How to use ==

For details, please check http://winmtr.net/how-to/ link.

  * Please input the address (IP or hostname) which you'd like to test at Host textarea. Then press "Start" button
  * When it started, every seconds it'll try to discover routers and test to the discovered routers. It measures the following things:
    * How many WinMTR tests to each routers.
    * About the packet loss rate.
    * RTT min, avg, max.

== How to read ==

  * You should focus to the rate of packet loss. If the packet loss rate of a specific host is 100%, please ignore because it's not meaningful. Normally it's caused by that the router doesn't response at all.
  * If the rate of packet loss is between 1 % and 99 %, you should check which hop is in trouble.

How to use WinMTR

WinMTR is a Windows application which combines the functionality of the traceroute and ping utilities in a single network diagnostic tool.

K-001.png

Download

You can download at https://github.com/White-Tiger/WinMTR/releases link.

How to use

For details, please check http://winmtr.net/how-to/ link.

  • Please input the address (IP or hostname) which you'd like to test at Host textarea. Then press "Start" button
  • When it started, every seconds it'll try to discover routers and test to the discovered routers. It measures the following things:
    • How many WinMTR tests to each routers.
    • About the packet loss rate.
    • RTT min, avg, max.

How to read

  • You should focus to the rate of packet loss. If the packet loss rate of a specific host is 100%, please ignore because it's not meaningful. Normally it's caused by that the router doesn't response at all.
  • If the rate of packet loss is between 1 % and 99 %, you should check which hop is in trouble.

How to use WinMTR (last edited 2019-06-28 02:25:34 by kwangseok)