VisualRoute 2009 13.1e
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VisualRoute 2009 13.1e is a product being the combination of tools traceroute, ping, reverse DNS, and Whois into a single graphical interface that analyzes Internet connections to identify the place in which outages or slowdowns occur. An IP location database identifies the geographical location of IP addresses and Web servers, showing the path of an Internet connection on a global map. Domain registration and network provider contact information are reported for each network hop. The ping capabilities provide a good idea of whether or not the site is live, while traceroute will help determine where along the route the problem lies. VisualRoute's traceroute reports include an overall analysis, a data table, and a geographical view of the routing. The analysis is a brief description of the number of hops, where problems occurred, and the type of Web server software running at the site you are trying to reach. The data table lists information for each hop, including the IP address, node name, geographical location and the major Internet backbone where each server resides. The World map gives a graphical representation of the actual path of an Internet connection. A mouse click on a server or network name opens a pop-up Whois window, providing instant contact information for problem reporting. Specialized editions include added tools for pinpointing connectivity problems, including continuous trace and ping testing, trace report history, multiple path discovery and port probing.
Enhancements: includes bug fixes.
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