Google Chromebook Troubleshooting – How to run a a ping test in Chrome OS


In this video we look at how you can run a ping test from a Chromebook. This is a handy troubleshooting tool, that can help you to determine if a device is connected to your home network. You can also see exactly what level of latency that device has.

In this video we make reference to Time to Live (TTL) as a method that can help you determine the operating system of the device you have pinged. The following link lists the TTL value for individual operating systems or devices. https://subinsb.com/default-device-ttl-values/


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