• February 13, 2010

    NetStat Agent 3.2 has been released. Added search filter for netstat utility.

  • October 02, 2010

    NetStat Agent 3.1.1 has been released.

  • Jule 28, 2010

    NetStat Agent 3.1 has been released:
    - IP-to-Country database updated.
    - Scripts (.bat, .pl, etc.) can be invoked.
    - A lot of bugs are solved.

  • November 28, 2009

    NetStat Agent 3.0 has been released.

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Pathping command

Pathping is a great network troubleshooting utility combines the functionality of ping and tracert command line tools. This command line tool provides useful information such as network latency and packet loss for each intermediate hop between a source and destination addresses. Pathping is useful to determine which routers or links might be causing network issues with overloading or saturation.

Similar to the tracert command, pathping provides detailed path between two hosts. It sends multiple ICMP Echo Request messages to each router on the way to a final destination and analyzing the results. When the path is determined - all hops are known, pathping generates Ping-like statistics for each node. In other words, first it does a traceroute and then pings all the hops.

After pathping completes (it can take several minutes to return results), it shows a report including averaged round trip times (RTT) to each node, the number of sent and lost packets, and the degree of packet loss on each found hop.

How do you use pathping? Simply open a command prompt (start -> run -> cmd) and type pathping.