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Troubleshooting with Ping and Traceroute
Troubleshooting Using Ping and Traceroute
Choose Troubleshooting > Ping and Trace Route to troubleshoot connectivity problems, communication delays, or packet loss.
Choose the source interface and the destination IP address for which to run Traceroute. Traceroute discovers the route, and the number of hops that packets take when traveling to their destination and helps you identify potential link bottlenecks throughout the transmission path.