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What utility is the equivalent to the pathping command on a Linux system?

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mtr

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Pathping is a TCP/IP based utility (order line instrument) that gives valuable data about system inactivity and system misfortune at middle of the road jumps between a source address and a goal address. It does this by sending reverberation demands by means of ICMP and breaking down the outcomes. Mtr(my traceroute) is an order line organize symptomatic apparatus that gives the usefulness of both the ping and traceroute orders. It is a straightforward and cross-stage device that prints data about the whole course that the system parcels take, directly from the host framework to the predetermined goal framework

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