This will explain how to create a MTR report on Windows
For a Linux version please refer to this guide.
This topic will explain in short how to create a MTR report on Windows for more network insight between you and the given server in the datacenter.
Please always provide your own IP address with the made MTR report as our network team will need this for troubleshooting the connection between the datacenter and your ISP.
Your IP address can be easily grabbed from http://www.i3d.net/myip
Create a MTR:
Download link: https://github.com/White-Tiger/WinMTR/releases/download/v1.0/WinMTR-v100.zip
Step 1: Run the program as administrator
Step 2: Fill in the IP address of the server (without any ports)
Step 3: Click on start
Step 4: Wait for 10 minutes
Step 5: Click on Stop
Step 6: Copy results to clipboard and paste them (along with your public IP-address, found here; https://customer.i3d.net/myip/) in the ticket or e-mail to i3D.net
Create a PathPing:
Step 1: Click Start and search for, or open, cmd.exe
Step 2: Enter the command: pathping x.x.x.x where x.x.x.x is the IP address of the server, without any ports
Step 3: Wait for a few minutes to complete the pathping
Step 4: Copy results to clipboard and paste them (along with your public IP-address, found here; https://customer.i3d.net/myip/) in the ticket or e-mail to i3D.net
Please use the following IP-addresses as hosts for MTR to test towards.
Australia, Sydney 188.8.131.52
Brazil, São Paulo 184.108.40.206
Germany, Frankfurt 220.127.116.11
Hong Kong, Hong Kong 18.104.22.168
Japan, Tokyo 22.214.171.124
The Netherlands, Rotterdam 126.96.36.199
Poland, Warsaw 188.8.131.52
Russia, Moscow 184.108.40.206
South Africa, Johannesburg 220.127.116.11
United Arab Emirates, Dubai 18.104.22.168
United States, Chicago 22.214.171.124
United States, Dallas 126.96.36.199
United States, Los Angeles 188.8.131.52
United States, Washington 184.108.40.206
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Our network team is always looking for new traceroutes, MTRs and PathPings to optimize the network further. If you believe your connection quality should or could be better, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your MTR or Pathing, list your own IP address and address this to our network operations team (NOC).