Ping, Tracert - Fix Network Connection Problems

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If you're having trouble connecting to a website or network connectivity problems, Windows and other operating systems provide some standard tools that users can use to identify issues.

The first one is the ping command. Enter ping google.com and Windows will send packets to Google.com. Google will respond to let you know they have received the package. If Google does not return, it may be lost.

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In addition to the ping command, users can use additional tracert commands. This command is used to determine the path from the source to the destination of a packet. For example, if you run the tracert google.com command, you will see the path of your message to Google.

If you are having difficulty connecting to a website, use the tracert command to know where the problem occurred.

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Ping and traceroute helps troubleshooting network connectivity problems.

To check if web server is running, use netcat or telnet.
Bash:
nc -v hostserverexample.com 443

telnet hostserverexample.com 80
To troubleshoot network firewall problems, use hping3.
Bash:
hping3 -S -p 443 -T hostserverexample.com
Ctrl Z to increment each hop, and find the hop that is blocking packet.
 
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