On Windows Open Start . Type in command prompt. Click Command Prompt. Determine a website for which you want to trace the route. Enter the "traceroute" command. Review the results.How does traceroute command work?
Traceroute is a command line utility that measures the speed and route data takes to a destination server. It works by sending several test packets of data to a specified destination address, and records each intermediate router or link passed by the data on it's journey.What is tracert command?
The tracert command is a Command Prompt command that's used to show several details about the path that a packet takes from the computer or device you're on to whatever destination you specify. You might also sometimes see the tracert command referred to as the trace route command or traceroute command.What port does tracert use?
Traceroute is a linux/Unix or some OS based.Traceroute uses specific port for its operation. Traceroute uses UDP 33434 to33534 port for echo request (Type8) Tracert uses ICMP. For windows you can use another command "pathping' that will also show all the hops with detail information.