This tool performs a traceroute from our server to the destination IP
entered above. It is used to infer the route and latency in milli-seconds
(ms) at each hop between our server and the destination IP.
Our server is centrally located in Dallas, TX, and is directly connected
to the network of a global internet backbone provider. Hence, this
traceroute tool will give you an estimate about the route for
connections between a server in the states and your specified IP
To perform a traceroute directly from your IP to a destination IP, do
In Windows, open a command prompt and enter
In Mac/Linux, open a terminal and enter
where you should replace x4.x3.x3.x1 by the IP you want to trace.
You can also use a domain name instead of an IP. This command will
trace the route to the destination IP and displays the result.