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    Tracerlog how?

    I have trouble with my connection sometimes lagging like hell. I contacted support with email and they want me to do a tracerlog to my gameserver.

    I think I have an idea what this is but how do I do this?

    #2
    Open the 'dos-box' (cmd.exe). One way to start it is click on WinXP Start button -> Execute and type cmd.exe (It's under utilities too, not sure how it is called in english, command line maybe.)
    Then type: tracert ipoftheserver > nameofthelog.log
    The log will be saved in the active directory ('dosbox')

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      #3
      Originally posted by »Dan«[ger]
      Open the 'dos-box' (cmd.exe). One way to start it is click on WinXP Start button -> Execute and type cmd.exe (It's under utilities too, not sure how it is called in english, command line maybe.)
      Then type: tracert ipoftheserver > nameofthelog.log
      The log will be saved in the active directory ('dosbox')
      Often referred to as 'Command Prompt' (that's what Windows is calling it on my comp here) but I still prefer 'dos-box'

      Probably found in
      Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt
      just for anyone's reference.

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        #4
        Originally posted by The_Deacon
        Often referred to as 'Command Prompt' (that's what Windows is calling it on my comp here) but I still prefer 'dos-box'

        Probably found in
        Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt
        just for anyone's reference.
        OR
        Start > Run > cmd

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          #5
          Download the freeware version of Pingplotter. You can run traceroutes to anywhere you like and then save the data to a text file.

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