Wireless Netware BLOG

  • In the 12th session of our free online MTCNA tutorials, we'll be taking a look at the second commonly-used troubleshooting and network diagnostic tool in RouterOS. This utility, called the Traceroute, is more advanced than Ping and allows you to follow the route, as well as the devices, through which a trace packet passes as it tries to reach its IP destination host.


  • Having reviewed the fundamentals of ping as a basic and highly useful ICMP-based network diagnostic tool, we're going to use ping in practice and utilize this diagnostic software and check the connectivity status of out-interfaces and source addresses previously set on our MTCNA lab's Class Access Point.


  • Most pivotal to the fundamentals of managing online networks is the ability to troubleshoot networks and tackle any connectivity issues that may arise. Troubleshooting is a vast field, yet it all starts with basic though highly useful tools. In this video, we'll go over the Ping software utility to see what it is and how it works.