Are you looking for information on how to use the Ping command in Linux? Great! You’ve come to the right place. Why? Because we will explain this in this article. In addition, we will discuss why it is beneficial and how to install it. So, let’s start.
What does the Ping command stand for?
The Ping command is a software tool to check the connectivity between two systems. Alternatively put, a host’s ability to be reached on a network.
The software designed for configuring, analyzing, maintaining or optimizing machines is known as utility software. This is because it supports the hardware of computers. In addition, all operating systems come with the Ping, a very well-liked diagnostic tool.
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How to use the MTR command on Linux?
It is very easy to use the MTR command through the Terminal on your Linux computer. Just follow these 3 steps:
- First, you need to be an administrator. That means to have a Linux account with sudo privileges.
- Second, you will need to install it. The MTR command is not pre-installed like other popular commands. The package name is “mtr”. For that purpose, you will need to execute one of the following commands, depending on your Linux distro:
Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, and others based on Ubuntu or Debian:
sudo apt-get install mtr
Red Hat, CentOS, and Fedora:
sudo yum install mtr
Arch Linux, Manjaro Linux, and other Arch-based:
pacman -Sy pacman -S mtr
- Third, use the basic MTR command or combine it with some of the options that you have for it. See the complete list of options below.
Basic MTR command:
*Change the domain name with the one you want.
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