This Looking Glass provides a comprehensive view of our network performance and routing infrastructure, enabling you to gain valuable insights into the health and efficiency of our network. With this tool, you can execute various diagnostic tests, including ping, trace, and BGP, to assess the connectivity, latency, and routing paths within our network.

Ping: Measures the round-trip time (RTT) it takes for data packets to travel from a source device to a destination device and back. It helps identify network congestion, latency issues, or device malfunctions.

Trace: Maps the path taken by data packets as they traverse the network from their origin to their intended destination. It reveals the intermediary routers and their respective IP addresses, along with the RTT for each hop along the route.

BGP: Is the routing protocol responsible for exchanging routing information between autonomous systems (ASes) on the Internet. It ensures that data packets find their optimal paths across the vast network of interconnected ASes.

Using the Looking Glass: