Troubleshooting network connectivity

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Which utility is used to troubleshoot network connectivity?

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Ping is the most basic network connectivity testing tool.

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Traceroute (or tracert) is also a very useful basic tool.

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There are many monitoring tools. You can use software or hardware to text connectivity, Fluke makes a line of electrical and network monitoring tools.

Network probe or Shark will also give you a good idea of where information on the network is going, and if there are collisions/errors, etc.

Hope this helps!

-Schmidtw

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Utility means, what type of, built-in or want to use 3rd party tool, if you want to use 3rd party tool, then either use free/ open source and expensive, of course expensive network tools/ softwares are good than free. If you have a good knowledge (hope so) can use built-in tools which are more effective but some parameters can be changed from OS to another OS.
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