A Reason to Have Students Conduct Traceroutes Even if You’re Not a Computer Science Teacher

Back in November I.
published a video about utilizing the ping command on a Windows computer system. The reason for that was to reveal a simple approach to inspect if a site is down or if there is an issue on your end..

Utilizing the ping command in the command timely window on your computer may look like something just computer technology teachers and trainees should do, however the reality is that any instructor or student can take advantage of knowing how to do it. Similarly, running a traceroute may seem like something only a computer technology teacher or trainee need to understand how to do, but its actually something that anyone can benefit from understanding how to do..
A traceroute reveals you the hops or connection points in between your computer system and the destination (typically a site). This is an interesting way for students to see where worldwide traffic is going to and coming from. Run a couple of traceroutes with your trainees and see if theyre amazed by what they see. View this brief video in which I show how to perform a traceroute..

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