You can perform a traceroute in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. Here’s the process:
On a Mac, you can use two methods to trace route:
Getting to the traceroute utility on a Linux device differs based on which distribution you are currently running. Generally, the process to access it is more or less the same way you would access it on a Windows device.
You’ll usually type the full name, traceroute, rather than the Windows name, tracert. So for example:
# traceroute ggexample.com
If traceroute is not available in your Linux installation, you may have to install it.
Some Linux distributions require you to specify the protocol after -I:
# traceroute -I ICMP example.com