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Network Tools

The Network Tools option provides you with access to a common  network tracing utility named Traceroute.  Traceroute does  exactly what  its name implies, tracing the route of data from your domain to the server  you specify.  The results of performing a Traceroute show you every server  your packets of  information are going to in order to connect to that server.   The results can indicate if any of the servers along the way are causing  connection problems by timing out or by slowing  down the data flow.  This  is a good tool to use to help determine if a slow or downed connection  is a problem on your server or someone else's server.

How To Use  the Network Tools

1.  From the Control Panel, select the Network Tools  Domain lookup displays at the top of the page, you can use this to get information about any domain name from the whois data base

Domain Lookup

Enter a domain to lookup:

 

 

1.  From the Control Panel, select the Network Tools Option.  Then select Traceroute Manager

Traceroute does  exactly what  its name implies, tracing the route of data from your domain to the server  you specify.  The results of performing a Traceroute show you every server  your packets of  information are going to in order to connect to that server

 2.  Directions for using Traceroute Manager appear on the screen.   They are also summarized here.

3.  To trace the connection from your web site to the place from  which  you are connecting, click on the From your domain to your IP number button.  The results appear near the  bottom of the Traceroute Manager screen.

4.  To trace the connection from your website to any other location  on  the internet, type the name (or IP address) into the Server  Name field, then select the Trace Route button.  The results  display near the  bottom of the Traceroute Manager screen.

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