Traceroute command, just like the rest of the popular network commands, is a simple small software with command-line interface and comes built-in on most Linux distros, BSD distros and even macOS. It is easy to understand its purpose, to trace the route of a query, from your computer, through all the routers (hops) on the way, to the target that you set. Learn everything important about the Traceroute command!
To explain to you the Dig command, the easiest way, we can start with its full name – Domain Information Groper. With the Dig command, you can see all kinds of DNS records, check name servers, do a reverse DNS, and more. Learn how to use the Dig command!