Ping error 5

ping error 5

Good day fellow fallout players! About 2 updates ago, I got met with the wonderful no region ping error, after some googling. The timeout message indicates that your machine believes it successfully sent ping queries to the destination. However, it did not receive. If you encounter this particular error in your system, it might be due to your network settings or adapter. This is the reason to check network.

Ping error 5 - think, that

-- 10.242.7.237 0.0% 10 3.2 5.0 2.7 20.8 5.5 4.

How Do I Troubleshoot a Ping Failure or Packet Loss Using a Link Test?

Symptom

When you accessed other resources from an ECS, network freezing occurred. The ping command output showed that packet loss occurred or the network delay was long.

This section uses Tracert and MTR as an example to describe how to troubleshoot packet loss or long delay.

Possible Causes

Packet loss or long delay may be caused by link congestion, link node faults, high server load, or incorrect system settings.

After verifying that the issue was not caused by the ECS, use Tracert or MTR for further fault locating.

MTR is used to detect network faults.

You can choose to use Tracert or MTR depending on the ECS OS:

Using Tracert in Windows

Tracert shows the path through which packets reach the destination server and the time when the packets reach each node. Tracert offers similar functions as the ping command but it provides more detailed information, including the entire path the packets take, IP address of each pass-through node, and time when the packets arrive at each node.

  1. Log in to the Windows ECS.
  2. Open the cmd window and run the following command to trace the IP address:

    tracert IP address or website

    For example, tracertwww.example.com

    The command output shows that:

    • The maximum number of hops is 30 by default. The first column shows the sequence number of each hop.
    • Tracert sends three packets each time. The second, third, and fourth columns show the time the three packets take to arrive their destination. The last column shows the IP addresses of the nodes where the packets were redirected.
    • If the message * * * request timed out is reported, troubleshoot the affected link and node.

Using WinMTR in Windows

  1. Log in to the Windows ECS.
  2. Download the WinMTR installation package from the official website.
  3. Decompress the WinMTR installation package.
  4. Double-click WinMTR.exe to start the tool.
  5. In the WinMTR window, enter the IP address or domain name of the destination server in Host and click Start.

  6. Wait for WinMTR to run for a period of time and click Stop to stop the test.

    The test results are as follows:

    • Hostname: IP address or domain name of each node that the packets pass through to the destination server
    • Nr: number of nodes that the packets pass through
    • Loss%: packet loss rate of a node
    • Sent: number of sent packets
    • Recv: number of received responses
    • Best: shortest response time
    • Avrg: average response time
    • Worst: longest response time
    • Last: last response time

Using MTR in Linux

Installing MTR

MTR has been installed on all Linux distributions. If MTR is not installed on your Linux ECS, run the following command to install it:

  • Ubuntusudo apt-get install mtr

MTR parameters

  • -h/--help: help menu
  • -v/--version: MTR version
  • -r/--report: results of all traces
  • -p/--split: results of each trace
  • -c/--report-cycles: number of packets (10 by default) sent per second
  • -s/--psize: size of a packet
  • -n/--no-dns: no domain name resolution performed for IP addresses
  • -a/--address: IP address for sending packets, which is set if a single host has multiple IP addresses
  • -4: IPv4
  • -6: IPv6

The following uses the link between the local server and the destination server with IP address 119.xx.xx.xx as an example.

Run the following command to obtain the MTR diagnosis results in a report:

mtr 119.xx.xx.xx -- report

Information similar to the following is displayed:

[[email protected] ~]# mtr 119.xx.xx.xx --report Start: Thu Aug 22 15:41:22 2019 HOST: ecs-652 Loss% Snt Last Avg Best Wrst StDev 1. -- 192.168.21.1 0.0% 10 3.5 4.2 2.8 11.6 2.5 6.

How to resolve a “Service registry ping failed” error after an Artifactory upgrade

Andrey Granovsky
2022-04-27 11:06

Description
In this article we will learn how to resolve an issue where Artifactory failed to start due to "Error while trying to connect to local router".

Cause of the issue
This is happening since access.xml and artifactory.xml files which should be located in $JFROG_HOME/artifactory/app/artifactory/tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost directory are missing.
Since these files are missing, Access service is not able to start while you don't see an indication in access-service.log. In addition, you will not see any updates in tomcat log trying to start Access.

The following errors can be noticed in console.log:

Resolution
In order to resolve the issue, you may want to perform the following steps: 

  1. Stop Artifactory service

  2. Navigate to $JFROG_HOME/artifactory/app/artifactory/tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost directory – this directory should have two files: access.xml and artifactory.xml which responsible for Access and Artifactory startup. If they are missing:

  3. *Copy the missing files to the mentioned directory (download explanation below)

  4. Verify that the owner and group are “artifactory” for these files

  5. Start Artifactory service

*The missing files can be copied from the .tar.gz or .zip files of Artifactory (Linux/Windows download) on our download page.
Download the relevant version of Artifactory, unzip it, copy the access.xml and artifactory.xml from app/artifactory/tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost directory.

Note. In some cases, the issue may be caused by blocked ports on the Artifactory host, please make sure that all the relevant ports are available, information on the exposed ports in Artifactory 7.x, Xray 3.x, and Mission Control 4.x can be found HERE.

Knowledge Base

Traceroute, Ping, MTR, and PathPing are network tools or utilities that use the ICMP protocol to perform testing to diagnose issues on a network. Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is an error reporting and diagnostic utility.  ICMPs are used by routers, intermediary devices, or hosts to communicate updates or error information to other routers, intermediary devices, or hosts.

These tools are usually run at a Microsoft Windows Command Prompt. Most often, these tests would be run if the end user is experiencing the following issues: 

  • Internet performance slow
  • VOIP calls – Poor call quality issues
  • Unable to visit certain websites

In these circumstances the problem may be potential packet loss or latency issue. Using these network tools will help identify the fault.

This article describes the following:

Accessing the Windows Command Prompt

To run any of the network tools or utilities described in this article, you need to first open a Windows Command Prompt. To open a command prompt on Windows 8 or Windows 10, proceed as follows.

  1. Right-click on the Start button in the lower-left corner of the screen and, from the menu, select Command Prompt (or Command Prompt (Admin) if the task requires Admin rights).

Note:
For earlier versions of Windows, such as Windows Vista and Windows 7, proceed as follows. Click on the Start icon, then select All Programs > Accessories and finally Command Prompt.

The command prompt window opens.

When you want to close the Command Prompt Window, type Exit, then press Return.

Using Traceroute

Traceroute is a computer network diagnostic tool for displaying the route (path), and measuring transit delays, of packets across an Internet Protocol (IP) network. This section shows how to run Traceroute, and how to interpret the results.

Running Traceroute

To run the Traceroute utility, proceed as follows.

  1. Open a Windows Command Prompt window.
  2. At the command prompt, type, tracert <domain.ext> (replace <domain.ext> with the domain name and extension that you would like to trace a route to).

It may take a few seconds to respond, but this command will give a traceroute from your computer to the destination you selected.

Note:
You can interrupt Traceroute at any time by holding down the CTRL key, and pressing C on your keyboard.

Copying Traceroute results

To copy the results of your Traceroute, proceed as follows.

  1. Right click on the Command Prompt Window and, from the menu, click Select All.

This will copy the contents to your clipboard. The Command Prompt Window contents will turn white with black text.  

  1. Go to the document you want to put the results into, right click and click Paste (or Ctrl-V).

The results are pasted into your document. You may now close the Command Prompt Window.

Understanding Traceroute results        

The Traceroute tool is used to map the hops between the end user and the destination server.  This can help determine where any issues may lie on the network. The examples below were collected after tracing a route to server 192.168.1.8, over a maximum of 30 hops. They show a good traceroute, then two bad traceroutes; one a failed hop, and one a routing loop.

Example: a good traceroute

The following example shows a good traceroute.

You can see each step the data takes when it travels to the destination server of 192.168.1.8. These are called hops, and represent a system or router the data passes though. As you can see, hop 7 in this example has not responded, but hop 8 has, meaning that hop 7 is not responding to the request but is handling the packets properly and forwarding traffic to the next hop.

Example: a failed hop

In the good traceroute example earlier, hop 7 was not responding to the request, but had not failed, as it was forwarding traffic to hop 8. The result of a test where one hop isn't responding, and is not forwarding traffic, would look something like this:

This shows the test failing at hop 5, and continuing to fail all the way to hop 30 (the default max hops for the trace route tool) this means that hop 5 is unresponsive and not responding, or forwarding traffic for subsequent hops.

Example: a routing loop

When a routing loop occurs it stops data from reaching the final destination. Unlike the failed hop, the routing loop simply loops data back and forth between two hops. In the example below, a loop has occurred between 192.168.1.4 and 192.168.1.5. Data will pass back and forth from one to the other until the session times out or, in this particular case, the maximum hop limit is reached.

Note:
You will often see this if the end user has been 'wall gardened'. A 'walled garden' refers to a browsing environment that controls the information and Web sites the user is able to access. This is a popular method used by ISPs in order to keep the user navigating only specific areas of the Web. This is often for the purpose of shielding users from information, such as restricting children's access to unsuitable material.

Using Ping

Ping is a network utility used to see if the end user can reach other devices connected to the internet. When using Ping, always test a few different sites to see if it is just one site or all sites.

To ping a device, proceed as follows.

  1. Open a Windows Command Prompt window.
  2. At the command prompt, type, ping <IP address>, as shown below.

Note:
You can interrupt Ping at any time by holding down the CTRL key, and pressing C on your keyboard.

Understanding Ping results

Ping operates by sending ICMP Echo Request packets to the target device and waiting for an ICMP Echo Reply. The program reports errors, packet loss, and a statistical summary of the results.

Note:
The Google DNS server IP address, 8.8.8.8, or the BBC server domain address, bbc.co.uk, are both commonly used as ping destinations to check outgoing connectivity.

In the following examples, the Ping command was used to check the connection to device 192.168.1.1, with 32 bytes of data.

Example: a successful Ping

The following example shows the screen display after a successful ping attempt, where four packets were sent, and four packets received.

Example: target device not responding

A ping result, where the target device is not responding, or there is a connection issue, will look like this:

Although four packets were sent, none have been received, showing a 100% loss of packets, and indicating an issue with either the connection or the target device.

Note:
A result like this does not always mean the device is not online or working correctly. Many devices have ICMP ping responses disabled for security or service reasons. So even if they are up and running it will appear as if they are unreachable.

Example: a longer test

Unfortunately, a sample set of four pings is not suitable for detecting packet loss, so we need to run a longer test. This is done by adding the –n option flag, followed by the number of pings you want performed, as in the following example; ping –n 500 192.168.1.1 .

This will ping the target 500 times, and fill the screen with every ping sent. We don't need to view every ping, just the final result, which will look like this:

As you can see in this test we dropped two packets but, due to the large sample size, this is negligible and is well within working parameters.  If we had a sample size of just four pings this would be a loss of 50% and would not be a true reflection of loss on the circuit.

We judge packet loss on a case by case basis. If significant loss is seen, we require some further testing using either PathPing or the MTR utility.

Understanding MTR (MyTraceRoute)

MTR (MyTraceRoute, originally called Matt'sTraceRoute) is a computer program that combines the functionality of the Traceroute and Ping programs in a single network diagnostic tool. 

MTR probes routers on the route path by limiting the number of hops that individual packets may traverse, and listening to responses of their expiry. It will regularly repeat this process, usually once per second, and keep track of the response times of the hops along the path.

An MTR test result as shown here would point to issues with DNS resolution:

'Ping request could not find host google.com. Please check the name and try again.'

If the end user is able to ping an IP address, but can't ping a domain name, such as bbc.co.uk, then there is likely an issue with their DNS setting.

Using PathPing

This network utility is a more advanced version of the Ping tool, which performs a ping to each hop along the route to the destination (unlike Ping, which just pings from the originating device to the destination device). It is extremely useful in diagnosing packet loss, and can help with diagnosing slow speed faults.

To PathPing a device, proceed as follows.

  1. Open a Windows Command Prompt window.
  2. At the command prompt, type, pathping <IP address>, as shown below.

Note:
You can interrupt PathPing at any time by holding down the CTRL key, and pressing C on your keyboard.

Understanding PathPing results

The advantages of PathPing over Ping and Traceroute are that each node is pinged as the result of a single command, and that the behaviour of nodes is studied over an extended time period, rather than the default ping sample of four messages, or default traceroute single route trace. The disadvantage is that it takes a total of 25 seconds per hop to show the PathPing statistics.

In the following examples, the PathPing command was used to check the connection to device 192.168.1.6, over a maximum of 30 hops.

Example: successful pathping

In the example, there were five hops along the route from the origin, 192.168.1.1, to the destination, 192.168.1.6. At each hop, 100 packets were sent and no packets lost.

Example: failed pathping

The example illustrates some of the different results you might encounter.  Look at each of the hop results, and what they signify. In the example, we will focus on hops 1, 3, 4, and 9.

The 10/100 = 10% shows that there were 10 dropped packets out of 100 which were sent directly to that hop. The 5/100 = 5% shows it dropped 5 packets that passed through the hop.

Note:
On the second hop, the 6/100 = 6% indicates the packet loss is continuing, however this is likely due to packets being dropped by the first hop when testing, and not an issue with the second hop.

A result showing loss from the first hop indicates the likely cause to be the originating end user's router, and would be reflected with the IP address of the router (such as 192.168.0.1). In this instance, check, and if necessary replace, the router, then retest. If the loss is evident from a hop after the originating router (most likely hop 2 onwards), then the issue should be raised to the service provider.

Looking at hop 3,

No packets have been dropped on hop 3, but it does have an abnormally high ping response time of 304ms. This could indicate that the hardware on that hop is not performing correctly, and this may be causing high response times and slow speeds. If the hardware on that hop is not performing correctly, you would see high ping times on all subsequent hops, in which case, investigate the hardware on that hop.

Looking at hop 4,

As you can see this hop has not responded to any pings sent to it, but has not dropped any pings sent through it. As mentioned in, Understanding ping results, this is due to the server not responding to ICMP ping requests for security or service reasons and does not indicate a problem.

Looking at hop 9,

Everything on hop 5 to 8 is fine and everything looks normal, but hop 9 does not.

When you see the 0 hop repeated, followed by 0.0.0.0, this means the hop is not responding to the ping correctly. Unfortunately, this is a limitation of the PathPing tool and the way it handles ping responses. 

-- 100.70.0.1 0.0% 10 3.0 3.4 2.8 7.5 1.3 2. -- 10.242.7.238 0.0% 10 35.3 34.5 6.0 56.4 22.6 7.

Knowledge Base

Traceroute, Ping, ping error 5, MTR, and PathPing are network tools or utilities that use the ICMP protocol to perform testing to diagnose issues on a network. Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is an error reporting and diagnostic utility.  ICMPs are used by routers, intermediary devices, or hosts to communicate updates or error information to other routers, intermediary devices, ping error 5, or hosts.

These tools are usually run at a Microsoft Windows Command Prompt. Most often, ping error 5, these tests would be run if the end user is experiencing the following issues: 

  • Internet performance slow
  • VOIP ping error 5 – Poor call quality issues
  • Unable to visit certain websites

In these circumstances the problem may be potential packet loss or latency issue. Using these network tools will help identify the fault.

This article describes the following:

Accessing the Windows Command Prompt

To run any of the network tools or utilities described in this article, you need to first open a Windows Command Prompt. To open a command prompt on Windows 8 or Windows 10, ping error 5, proceed as follows.

  1. Right-click on the Start button in the lower-left corner of the screen and, from the menu, select Command Prompt (or Command Prompt (Admin) if the task requires Admin rights).

Note:
For earlier versions of Windows, such as Windows Vista and Windows 7, proceed as follows. Click on the Start icon, ping error 5, then select All Programs > Accessories and finally Command Prompt.

The command prompt window opens.

When you want to close the Command Prompt Window, type Exit, then press Return.

Using Traceroute

Traceroute is a computer network diagnostic tool for displaying the route (path), ping error 5, and measuring transit delays, of packets across an Internet Protocol (IP) network, ping error 5. This section shows how to run Traceroute, and how to interpret the results.

Running Traceroute

To run the Traceroute utility, proceed as follows.

  1. Open a Windows Command Prompt window.
  2. At the command prompt, type, tracert <domain.ext> (replace <domain.ext> with the domain name and extension that you would like to trace a route to).

It may take a few seconds to respond, but this command will give a traceroute from your computer to the destination you selected.

Note:
You can interrupt Traceroute at any time by holding down the CTRL key, and pressing C on your keyboard.

Copying Traceroute results

To copy the results of your Traceroute, proceed as follows.

  1. Right click on the Command Prompt Window and, from the menu, click Select All.

This will copy the contents to your clipboard. The Command Prompt Window contents will turn white with black text.  

  1. Go to the document you want to put the results into, right click and click Paste (or Ctrl-V).

The results are pasted into your document, ping error 5. You may now close the Command Prompt Window.

Understanding Traceroute results        

The Traceroute tool is used to map the hops between the end user and the destination server.  This can help determine where any issues may lie on the network. The examples below were collected after tracing a route to server 192.168.1.8, over a maximum of 30 hops. They show a good traceroute, then two bad traceroutes; one a failed hop, and one a routing loop.

Example: a good traceroute

The following example shows a good traceroute.

You can see each step the data takes when it travels to ping error 5 destination server of 192.168.1.8. These are called hops, and represent a system or router the data passes though. As you can see, hop 7 in this example has not responded, but hop 8 has, meaning that hop 7 is not responding to the request but is handling the packets properly and forwarding traffic to the next hop.

Example: a failed hop

In the good traceroute example earlier, hop 7 was not responding to the request, but ping error 5 not failed, as it was forwarding traffic to hop 8. The result of a test where one hop isn't responding, and is not forwarding traffic, would look something like this:

This shows the test failing at hop 5, and continuing to fail all the way to hop 30 (the default max hops for the trace route tool) this means that hop 5 is unresponsive and not responding, or forwarding traffic for subsequent hops.

Example: a routing loop

When a routing loop occurs it stops data from reaching the final destination. Unlike the failed hop, the routing loop simply loops data back and forth between two hops. In the example below, a loop has occurred between 192.168.1.4 and 192.168.1.5. Data will pass back and forth from one to the other until the session times out or, in this particular case, the maximum hop limit is reached.

Note:
You will often see this if the end user has been 'wall gardened'. A 'walled garden' refers to a browsing environment that controls the information and Web sites the user is able to access. This is a popular method used by ISPs in order to keep the user navigating only specific areas of the Web. This is often for the purpose of shielding users from information, ping error 5, such as restricting children's access to unsuitable material.

Using Ping

Ping is a network utility used to see if the end user can reach other devices connected to the internet. When using Ping, always test a few different sites to see if it is just one site or all sites.

To ping a device, ping error 5, proceed as follows.

  1. Open a Windows Command Prompt window.
  2. At the command prompt, type, ping error 5, ping <IP address>, as shown below.

Note:
You can interrupt Ping at any time by holding down the CTRL key, and pressing C on your keyboard.

Understanding Ping results

Ping operates by sending ICMP Echo Request packets to the target device and waiting for an ICMP Echo Reply. The program reports errors, packet loss, and a statistical summary of the results.

Note:
The Google DNS server IP address, 8.8.8.8, or the BBC server domain address, bbc.co.uk, are both commonly used as ping destinations to check outgoing connectivity.

In the following examples, the Ping command was used to check the connection to device 192.168.1.1, with 32 bytes of data.

Example: a successful Ping

The following example shows the screen display after a successful ping attempt, ping error 5, where four packets were sent, ping error 5, and four packets received.

Example: target device not responding

A ping result, where the target device is not responding, or there is a connection issue, will look like this:

Although four packets were ping error 5, none have been received, showing a 100% loss of packets, and indicating ping error 5 issue with either the connection or the target device.

Note:
A result like this does not always mean the device is not online or working correctly. Many devices have ICMP ping responses disabled for security or service reasons. So even if they are up and running it will appear as if they are unreachable.

Example: a longer test

Unfortunately, a sample set of four pings is not suitable for detecting packet loss, so we need to run a longer test. This is done by adding the –n option flag, followed by the number of pings you want performed, as in the following example; ping –n 500 192.168.1.1 .

This will ping the target 500 times, and fill the screen with every ping sent. We don't need to view every ping, ping error 5, just the final result, which will look like this:

As you can see in this test we dropped two packets but, due to the large sample size, this is negligible and is well within working parameters.  If we had a sample size of just four pings this would be a loss of 50% and would not be a true reflection of loss on the circuit.

We judge packet loss on a case by case basis. If significant loss is seen, we require some further testing using either PathPing or the MTR utility.

Understanding MTR (MyTraceRoute)

MTR (MyTraceRoute, originally called Matt'sTraceRoute) is a computer program that combines the functionality of the Traceroute and Ping programs in a single network diagnostic tool. 

MTR probes routers on the route path by limiting the number of hops that individual packets may traverse, and listening to responses of their expiry. It will regularly repeat this process, usually once per second, and keep track of the response times of the hops along the path.

An MTR test result as shown here would point to issues with DNS resolution:

'Ping request could not find host google.com. Please check the name and try again.'

If the end user is able to ping an IP address, ping error 5, but can't ping a domain name, such as bbc.co.uk, then there is likely an issue with their DNS setting.

Using PathPing

This network utility is a more advanced version of the Ping tool, which performs a ping to each hop along the route to the destination (unlike Ping, which just pings from the originating device to the destination device), ping error 5. It is extremely useful in diagnosing packet loss, and can help with diagnosing slow speed faults.

To PathPing a device, proceed as follows.

  1. Open a Windows Command Prompt window.
  2. At the command prompt, type, pathping <IP address>, as shown below.

Note:
You can interrupt PathPing at any time by holding down the CTRL key, and pressing C on your keyboard.

Understanding PathPing results

The advantages of PathPing over Ping and Traceroute are that each node is pinged as the result of a single command, and that the behaviour of nodes is studied over an extended time period, rather than the default ping sample of four messages, or default traceroute single route trace. The disadvantage is that it takes a total of 25 seconds per hop to show the PathPing statistics.

In the hp scanner error examples, the PathPing command was used to check the connection to device 192.168.1.6, over a maximum of 30 hops.

Example: successful pathping

In the example, there were five hops along the route from the origin, 192.168.1.1, to the destination, 192.168.1.6. At each hop, 100 packets were sent and no packets lost.

Example: failed pathping

The example illustrates some of the different results you might encounter.  Look at each of the hop results, ping error 5, and what they signify. In the example, we will focus on hops 1, 3, 4, and 9.

The 10/100 = 10% shows that there were 10 dropped packets out of 100 which were sent directly to that hop. The 5/100 = 5% shows it dropped 5 packets that passed through the hop.

Note:
On the second hop, the 6/100 = 6% indicates the packet loss is continuing, however this is likely due to packets being dropped by the first hop when testing, and not an issue with the second hop.

A result showing ping error 5 from the first hop indicates the likely cause to be the originating end user's router, and would be reflected with the IP address of the router (such as 192.168.0.1). In this instance, check, and if necessary replace, the router, then retest. If the loss is evident from a hop after the originating router (most likely hop 2 onwards), then the issue should be raised to the service provider.

Looking at hop 3,

No packets have been dropped on hop 3, but it does have an abnormally high ping response time of 304ms. This could indicate that the hardware on that hop is not performing correctly, and this may be causing high response times and slow speeds. If the hardware on that hop is ping error 5 performing correctly, you would see high ping times on all subsequent hops, in which case, investigate the hardware on that hop.

Looking at hop 4,

As you can see this hop has not responded to any pings sent to it, but has not dropped any pings sent through it. As mentioned in, Understanding ping results, this is due to the server not responding to ICMP ping requests for security or service reasons and does not indicate a problem.

Looking at hop 9,

Everything on hop 5 to 8 is fine and everything looks normal, but hop 9 does not.

When you see the 0 hop repeated, followed by 0.0.0.0, this means the hop is not responding to the ping correctly. Unfortunately, this is a limitation of the PathPing tool and the way it handles ping responses. 

How Do I Troubleshoot a Ping Failure or Packet Loss Using a Link Test?

Symptom

When you accessed other resources from an ECS, network freezing occurred. The ping command output showed that packet loss occurred or the network delay was long.

This section uses Tracert and MTR rotterdam terror corps hoodie an example to describe how to troubleshoot packet loss or long delay.

Possible Causes

Packet loss or long delay may be caused by link congestion, link node faults, high server load, ping error 5, or incorrect system settings.

After verifying that the issue was not caused by the ECS, use Tracert or MTR for further fault locating.

MTR is used to detect network faults.

You can choose to use Tracert or MTR depending on the ECS OS:

Using Tracert in Windows

Tracert shows the path through which packets reach the destination server and the time when the packets reach each node. Tracert offers similar functions as the ping command but it provides more detailed information, including the entire path the packets take, ping error 5, IP address of each pass-through windows 7 ntfs mft repair error 5, and time when the packets arrive at each node.

  1. Log in to the Windows ECS.
  2. Open the cmd window and run the following command to trace the IP address:

    tracert IP address or website

    For example, tracertwww.example.com

    The command output shows that:

    • The maximum number of hops is 30 by default. The first column shows the sequence number of each hop.
    • Tracert sends three packets each time. The second, third, and fourth columns show the time the three packets take to arrive their destination. The last column shows the IP addresses of the nodes where the packets were redirected.
    • If the message * * * request timed out is reported, troubleshoot the affected link and node.

Using WinMTR in Windows

  1. Log in to the Windows ECS.
  2. Download the WinMTR installation package from the official website.
  3. Decompress the WinMTR installation package.
  4. Double-click WinMTR.exe to start the tool.
  5. In the WinMTR window, enter the IP address or domain name of the destination server in Host and click Start.

  6. Wait for WinMTR to run for a period of time and click Stop to stop the test.

    The test results are as follows:

    • Hostname: IP address or domain name of each node that the packets pass through to the destination server
    • Nr: number of nodes that the packets pass through
    • Loss%: packet loss rate of a node
    • Sent: number of sent packets
    • Recv: number of received responses
    • Best: shortest response time
    • Avrg: average response time
    • Worst: longest response time
    • Last: last response lcore.exe runtime error MTR in Linux

      Installing MTR

      MTR has been installed on all Linux distributions. If MTR is not installed on your Linux ECS, run the following command to install it:

      • Ubuntusudo apt-get install mtr

      MTR parameters

      • -h/--help: help menu
      • -v/--version: MTR version
      • -r/--report: results of all traces
      • -p/--split: results of each trace
      • -c/--report-cycles: number of packets (10 by default) sent per second
      • -s/--psize: size of a packet
      • -n/--no-dns: no domain name resolution performed for IP addresses
      • -a/--address: IP address for sending packets, which is set if a single host has multiple IP addresses
      • -4: IPv4
      • -6: IPv6

      The following uses the link between the local server and the destination server with IP address 119.xx.xx.xx as an example.

      Run the following command to obtain the MTR diagnosis results in a report:

      mtr 119.xx.xx.xx -- report

      Information similar to the following is displayed:

      [[email protected] ~]# mtr 119.xx.xx.xx --report Start: Thu Aug 22 15:41:22 2019 HOST: ecs-652 Loss% Snt Last Avg Best Wrst StDev 1.

      Fix high Ping error on Windows 10, 11 effectively

      To fix and minimize this problem, follow the article on how to fix high Ping error on Windows 10 and 11 below.

      What Causes High Ping?

      'Ping' is the ping error 5 for the amount of time it takes for your computer to send and receive data from the server you are connecting to. So faster internet connection will result in faster data transfer, hence lower ping? That's not true!

      In fact, not only the network speed but also many factors that make the ping high, leading to the phenomenon of lag.

      Some causes of high ping:

      1. Slow or interrupted internet connection
      2. Router related problem
      3. The computer is not optimized
      4. Applications running in the background are using network resources
      5. Too many devices connected to the network.

      Some effective ways to Ping error 5 High Ping error on Windows 10, 11

      Method 1: Test Internet speed with SpeedTest tool

      Sometimes, the network problem ping error 5 from the Internet service provider. What you need to do is test the network speed to see if it has fallen from the original agreement.

      Visit SpeedTest's website. Click Go to ping error 5 the network speed. Alternatively, you can choose Change Server to change the connection server.

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      Based on metrics of Ping, ping error 5, download and upload speed, you can understand ping error 5 status of your network. If you're not getting the network speed you expect, contact your Internet service provider to have them answered.

      Method 2: Connect to a wired network

      If you are using the Internet through a Wi-Fi connection, try switching to a wired connection (Ethernet). Wi-Fi is good, but not as stable as a wired connection.

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      Wireless connections can cause latency issues and packet loss. Multiple devices connected to the wireless network will cause the signal situation in each device to conflict with each other. Connecting your computer directly with a cable will ensure a stable connection and lower ping.

      Method 3: Close apps in the background that use a lot of network resources

      Applications in the background can eat up your Internet bandwidth, affecting the network experience of the main applications. You can quickly identify such applications in the Task Manager.

      Step 1: Press Windows + X, then select Task Manager in the pop-up menu.

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      Step 2: In Task Manager, click the Network tab, ping error 5. This will sort the apps that consume the most bandwidth to the top of the list.

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      Step 3: Select the application that is taking up a lot of network resources and then click End Task.

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      Method 4: Change the server or use ping reduction software

      Today's major online games all have servers located in different regions of the world. If you are in Vietnam and trying to connect to a North American or European server, you will definitely experience high ping. Meanwhile, closer servers like Singapore or HongKong will help you have a more stable network connection.

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      If you find that you're connecting to a remote server or using a VPN, try to change the server to a closer area. A very useful tool is GameServerPing that will help you check the ping of the game servers. Just go to the website and click on the game you are playing to check it out. The tool will indicate the best server you should connect to.

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      Theoretically, software that helps reduce ping will try to connect your network to the game server through an optimized connection. These software are only useful when you are looking to play games with servers in remote areas. In essence, they are low latency VPNs. For example, if you have a need to connect to a game server in North America, software that helps reduce ping will help you get the best connection for that purpose.

      The most popular ping reduction support software today are ExitLag, PingZapper and WTFast.

      Method 5: Install Windows Update

      Surely you are no stranger to the automatic update mode of Windows. But you may not know: updates when downloaded can reduce internet bandwidth and cause high ping.

      On Windows 10, you can set a bandwidth limit for system update downloads, making it less of a ping error 5 resource hog.

      Step 1: Press Windows + I to open Settings.

      Step 2: Go to Update & Security.

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      Step 3: Open the Delivery Optimization tab in the right menu, then select Advanced Options.

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      Step 4: In the Download Settings section, ping error 5, select Percentage of measured bandwidth.

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      Step 5: Check the box Limit how much bandwidth is used for downloading updates in the background. Next, drag the slider down to 10% or less.

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      Method 6: Turn on Game Mode in Windows 10

      On Windows 10, you can enable Game Mode to prioritize your gaming experience. When enabled, this feature minimizes factors that affect the game as well as the network connection.

      Step 1: Press Windows + I to open Settings.

      Step 2: Select the Gaming box.

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      Step 3: Open the Game Mode tab and toggle the switch to On.

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      The above are solutions to help you limit high Ping phenomenon on Windows 10, 11 computers. Even though you know these tips, you should still contact your Ping error 5 service provider for specific and thorough support. to more. Good luck!

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      -- 10.230.2.146 0.0% 10 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.1 0.0 5. -- ??? 100.0 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

      The parameters in the preceding command output are described as follows:

      • HOST: IP address or domain name of the node
      • Loss%: packet loss rate
      • Snt: number of packets sent per second
      • Last: last response time
      • Avg: average response time
      • Best: shortest response time
      • Wrst: longest response time
      • StDev: standard deviation, a larger value indicates a larger difference between the response time for each data packet on the node

Handling WinMTR and MTR Reports

The following figure is an example of analyzing the reports of WinMTR and MTR.

  • Local network of the server (area A): the local area network and local ISP network
    • If a node in the local network malfunctions, check the local network.
    • If the local ISP network malfunctions, ping error 5, report the issue to the local carrier.
  • Carrier backbone network (area B): If an error occurs in this area, identify the carrier to which the faulty node belongs based on the node IP address 17028 error code report the issue to the carrier.
  • Local network on the destination end (area C): the network of the provider to which the destination server belongs
    • If packet loss occurs on the destination server, the network configuration of the destination server may be incorrect. Check the firewall configuration on the destination server.
    • If packet loss occurs on certain nodes with ping error 5 hops close to the destination server, the network of the provider to which the destination server belongs may be faulty.

Common Link Faults

  • Incorrect destination server configurations
    As shown in the following example, if the packet loss rate is 100%, the packets are not received by the destination server. The fault might be caused by incorrect network configuration on the destination server, ping error 5. In such a case, check the firewall configuration on the destination server.Host Loss% pioneer error 02 9e Snt Last Avg Best Wrst StDev 1. ??? 2. ??? 3, ping error 5. 1XX.X.X.X 0.0% 10 521.3 90.1 2.7 521.3 211.3 4. 11X.X.X.X 0.0% 10 2.9 4.7 1.6 10.6 3.9 5. 2X.X.X.X 80.0% 10 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 0.0 6. 2X.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 1.7 7.2 1.6 34.9 13.6 7. 1XX.1XX.XX.X ping error 5 0.0% 10 5.2 5.2 5.1 5.2 0.0 8. 2XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 5.3 5.2 5.1 5.3 0.1 9. 1XX.1XX.XX.X 100.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
  • ICMP rate limit
    As shown in the following example, packet loss occurs on the fifth hop, but the issue does not persist on subsequent nodes, ping error 5. Therefore, it is determined that the fault is caused by ICMP rate limit on the fifth node. This issue does not parallel dma error channel 1 data transmission to the destination server. Therefore, ignore this issue.Host Loss% Snt Last Avg Best Wrst StDev 1. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.3 0.6 0.3 1.2 0.3 2. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.4 1.0 0.4 6.1 1.8 3. 1XX.XX.XX.XX ping error 5 0.0% 10 0.8 2.7 0.8 19.0 5.7 4, ping error 5. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 6.7 6.8 6.7 6.9 0.1 5. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 27.2 25.3 23.1 26.4 2.9 6, ping error 5. 1XX.XX.XX.XX wow lich king error 134 0.0% 10 plupload error 2038 39.4 39.1 39.7 0.2 7. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 39.6 40.4 39.4 46.9 2.3 8. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 39.6 40.5 39.5 46.7 2.2
  • Loop
    As shown in the following example, the data packets are cyclically transferred after the fifth hop, ping error 5, and they cannot reach the destination server. This fault is caused by incorrect routing configuration on the nodes of the carrier. Contact the carrier to rectify the fault.Host Loss% ping error 5 Snt Last Avg Best Wrst StDev 1. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.3 0.6 0.3 1.2 0.3 2. 1XX.XX.XX.XX ping error 5 cme error sim pin required 0.0% 10 s.m.a.r.t. capable but command failed error 0.4 1.0 0.4 6.1 1.8 3. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.8 2.7 0.8 19.0 5.7 4. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 6.7 6.8 6.7 6.9 0.1 5. 1XX.XX.XX.65 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.06. 1XX.XX.XX.65 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.07. 1XX.XX.XX.65 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.08. 1XX.XX.XX.65 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9. ??? 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
  • Link interruption
    As shown in the following example, no response can be received after the data packets are transferred to the fourth hop. This is generally caused by link interruption between the affected nodes. You are advised to perform a further check using a reverse link test. In such a case, contact the carrier to which the affected nodes belong.Host Loss% Snt Last Avg Best Wrst StDev 1. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.3 0.6 0.3 1.2 0.3 2. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.4 1.0 0.4 6.1 1.8 3. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.8 2.7 0.8 19.0 5.7 4. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 6.7 6.8 6.7 ping error 5 6.9 0.1 5, ping error 5. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.06. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.07, ping error 5. 1XX.XX.XX.XX ping error 5 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.08, ping error 5. 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9 1XX.XX.XX.XX 0.0% 10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
-- 10.242.7.237 0.0% 10 3.2 5.0 2.7 20.8 5.5 4. ping error 5

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