Tuesday, November 21, 2006



Yet another great utility built-in to Windows that I just learned about.


It's like tracert on steroids.

Of course it helps when you have a need for it: I'm trying to troubleshoot latency issues that users in India are having connecting to a Citrix farm in Columbia, MD. I just mapped the full link today and found 17 logical hops between workstation and server, with at least 21 physical hops (and there are most likely more physical links than that). The average 280ms latency is understandable and would be functional if it were consistent. It's the regular latency spikes from 3000-9000ms that last for 15-90 seconds that I think is a problem. :(

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