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why mtr is much faster than traceroute?

In the mtr man pages, it reads: mtr combines the functionality of the traceroute and ping programs in a single network diagnostic tool I use mtr a lot, and find that it's way much faster than ...
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How does mtr work / interpreting pain points using mtr

I have been recently trying out mtr to get network congestion pain points. Following are sample mtr requests Example1 $ mtr --report -c 10 my.url.com HOST: ansh0l-Lenovo Loss% Snt ...
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Why there are always 10% of loss when testing with mtr command?

For example, if I run this command against example.com, with mtr command, I always get 10% of loss, no matter how many time I run, why exactly is 10%? mtr --report 192.0.43.10 HOST: localhost Loss% ...
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How to interpret traceroute / output of MTR?

I have been running MTR to/from one of my servers and noticed something that looks odd to me. Because I am not really into this I will give you three outputs: This is from the server to my home ...
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Firewall rules for using mtr/traceroute from LAN

I have a LAN of Linux computers that get access to the Internet over NAT. The gateway runs a restrictive firewall. I have ICMP echo requests and replies allowed to pass through the firewall on the ...