WinMTR is a clone of the popular traceroute program running under the Linux operating system. Using tracert, ping commands can be combined.
You can view all data for each router in the program:
In addition to being the router's IP address or domain name, its hostname also determines how its internet service connects.
You need the router number in place of your BIOS.
Each router contains a loss percentage that represents the number of response lost in a given period of time.
Every attempt to send a URL to a specific router constitutes a requested request.
Recv represents the number of responses made by the router.
Best is the shortest delay time.
Avrg is the average delay time.
Worst is the longest delay time.
Last is the most recent packet delay time that was received.
The WinMTR program allows you to clearly see which of the routers is working slowly or not at all, losing data packets. Using the export button, you may save the received data in a text document.