TraceRouteOK comes in handy to any user who wants to trace the path of the data that is transferred throughout the local network or the packets that are sent over the Internet. It can act as a network connection diagnostics tool, worth including in any administrator's toolkit.
A portable and lightweight alternative to the tracert command
Its footprint on the system is very small, so it won't occupy a lot of storage space. Moreover, TraceRouteOK is portable, which means that it does not require installation and can be launched directly from a removable drive, without affecting the system registry in any way.
The application does nothing more than execute are traceroute operation, offering an obviously better alternative to the 'tracert' command that can be launched from the Windows console. That is, thanks to the user-friendly interface and the intuitive options that makes it very easy to work with.
Trace the route of your data packets
In order to use TraceRouteOK to track down the path that sent and received data packets travel, you only have to enter the desired host or IP address and press the 'Enter' key. The application then analyzes the route of the transferred data, displaying the retrieved information within an organized table.
It shows you the IP address and the corresponding host name for each node, while also determining the transit delays of the transmitted packet across the Internet Protocol network. The list can be exported to HTML format and saved locally.
The 'Settings' menu enables you to modify the host and the ping requests timeout, as well as the maximum number of hops and the number of ping requests per host.
A handy and user-friendly traceroute application
Delivered inside a lightweight package, TraceRouteOK helps administrators analyze network connections and provide information about the data route. Optimized for speed, this small utility outputs a list of the traversed nodes and delay information, which makes it a worth-having tool for any network admin.