|On Linux systems the command is|
on Windows systems, first click START / RUN and type CMD. Click OK.
In the black window type in
This command shows all nodes on the way to the destination.
So if it shows your routers IP (e.g. 192.168.x.x), then the ISPs gateway address, aso. it works.
If it only shows your routers IP, the router will have a problem.
If it shows, that it can't find anything try to ping your routers IP (e.g. ping 192.168.0.1)
Your can figure out the routers IP by using this command in the small CMD window on a windows system
Now you get listed a gateway. This is your routers IP address.
Please send a reply, if you solved the problem !!!