Once you've got PingPlotter downloaded and installed, starting to collect data is a breeze.
PingPlotter will then begin to generate route information. If you're getting a "Destination address unreachable" message - have a look here for some possible solutions.
Worried about the packet loss that you see at hop #4 and #10 in the above screen shot? As long as it doesn't seem to be affecting our final destination (which it isn't here) - then it's nothing to worry about. See this Knowledge Base article for more information.
**Some of the features listed in this topic are only available in PingPlotter Pro and/or PingPlotter Standard. See our product comparison page for more details**
- Variable Substitution
- Auto-Saving of Data
- Running as a service
- Handling Multiple Targets
- Named Configurations
- Session Manager
- Local Network Discovery (LND)
- Exporting data for further analysis
- Route Changes
- Dynamic DNS Tracking
- Backing up PingPlotter Data
- Sharing PingPlotter data with others
- Discovering a route between you and a target
- Interpreting Results - A Quick Example
- Finding the source of the problem
- Finding the source of the problem - part 2
- Interpreting Results - Longterm Monitoring
- Interpreting Results - Gamers
- Interpreting ISP Problems | PingPlotter
- Interpreting Results - Bad Hardware
- Interpreting Results - Bandwidth Saturation
- Building a Compelling Case
- VoIP Troubleshooting Guide
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Versions one through four are available in the legacy manual.Legacy Manual