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What does MTR mean?
MTR (My traceroute, originally called Matt’s traceroute) is a software utility which combines the network mapping abilities of traceroute and the packet loss and round trip time testing capabilities of ‘ping’. The original MTR, known as “Matt’s traceroute” was written by Matt Kimball in 1997. Later is renamed to “My traceroute” in October 1998.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of MTR in Network Utilities?
The full form of MTR is My traceroute
What is the full form of MTR in Computing?
What is the full form of MTR in Worldwide?
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