In this article, we’ll cover how to use winMTR on Windows.
winMTR is the Windows ported version of MTR or My Traceroute program. Developed by Appnor MSP, it is free to use.
We start by getting winMTR from here. You’ll want to enter the IP that you want to run MTR to, in the Host field, and you can click on “Start” for quick use. For additional customization, click on “Options” button.
In the Options menu, there are 4 options, from Interval (between MTRs), size of the ping packets, and the maximum hosts in the LRU list or maximum hops shown in your GUI.
Hit OK, after you’re done customizing, and enter IP in Host Field and hit Start.
This will create a list of hops leading to the destination IP and will show any packetloss as well as latencies to that destination.
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If you use PPTP for macOS Sierra, with the new update from Apple, PPTP was removed natively from the OS . The reasoning for this was quite simple; PPTP was insecure method of connection to a private backend. Following this update, 3rd party companies came into the scene to provide support for PPTP. The following article will cover some of the most popular PPTP options for Apple macOS Sierra. The following 3rd party (in addition to the ones Apple listed), should work for PPTP connections. Continue reading →