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The tracert command helps diagnose and display the network path from your system to the destination.

Windows 8:

Click the Start button and select Search from the menu list.

In the Search window, select Apps and type "cmd" (without the quotes) as search text and press the Enter key. This should display the Command Prompt in the Search Results.

At the command prompt, type "tracert" (without the quotes and using your actual domain).

The result will be displayed in the Command Prompt window.

OSX Lion:

The Network Utility is available under Utilities, you can either use Launchpad or Spotlight to access this tool. In Network Tool, click the Traceroute tab and enter the domain to trace.

Clicking the Trace button should display the Traceroute details.

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