What are Ping and Tracert? - Networking

What are Ping and Tracert?

Ping: Ping is used for verification of IP-Level connectivity. The following are the processes for using ping:

1. To ping the loopback address type ping 127.0.01
2. To ping the IP address of a local computer system to verify whether it is correctly verified or not – ping ipaddress of local host. Ex: c:\>pint
3. To ping the IP address of the gateway that is default for verifying the functionality of the gate way = ping ipaddress of default gateway.

Tracert: A route-tracing utility that is used for determining the path of a network from source to destination. The determination of the path that a packet takes on the network tracert is used.
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