Questions tagged [mtr]

The MTR tool is a combination of traceroute and ping. It is a network diagnostic tool.

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How do I specify an ipv6 address as a target with mtr?

ping6 <address> works as expected. mtr -6 <address> returns mtr: udp socket connect failed: Invalid argument mtr -6 '<address>' returns mtr: udp socket connect failed: Invalid ...
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Periods of high packet loss, two ethernet cables plugged into TWC modem

A small business for which I am the system administrator has been experiencing intermittent internet dropouts. There seems to be no pattern to the dropouts — sometimes there is nothing for a week, and ...
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Connection problema to specific IP

Sometimes, like twice a year a have problems of connectivity from my server to an api server. And only to that api server. Other third party services we use were working fine. I am not so good on the ...
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What does the --filename option of mtr actually do?

I was looking for a tool to display the continuous ping loss to multiple hosts, and I looked at mtr as it already has the display I was thinking about. I saw that it has this option which sounded ...
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Debugging ETIMEDOUT errors

I'm trying to debug frequent ETIMEDOUT errors to api.facebook.com (31.13.95.8) when doing HTTP GET requests from our Linux Servers. To figure out whether it is an issue on our server or on Facebook ...
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Why this server is so slow?

I hired a VPS in DigitalOcean, it's hosted in Amsterdam, I'm in Turkey. But server is responding slowly and page is freezing/lagging even at ajax POST-GET request.(there is a basic browser game in ...
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Troubleshoot packet loss and slow transfers on some sites

I need some help troubleshooting a network problem. Home ISP says its the server's network to blame, and host says there's problem on ISP side. With little knowledge, its hard to see where the problem ...