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Tracing the path of network packets is the main function of the Traceroute utility, which helps them travel from a source device to a destination device across the Internet.
This tool works by sending packets to the destination device with time-to-live (TTL) values that gradually increase. When the TTL reaches zero, each router along the path decrements it and sends an ICMP Time Exceeded message back to the source device.
IP addresses and hostnames of the routers along the path are displayed by the Traceroute tool, along with the round-trip time (RTT) of the packets between each router. This information can be used to identify issues with network connectivity, such as packet loss, high latency, or routing loops.
Network administrators and engineers commonly use the Traceroute tool to diagnose network problems and optimize network performance.