The topic of Microsoft teams connection issues came up to my mind earlier this morning. I thought I would share in this post.
These are a couple of Microsoft teams app connectivity tests available when testing out Teams connectivity for call quality/performance and the same test can be performed for Microsoft 365 environment as well.
The command shows the first point of entry into the Microsoft Teams environment from your client machine.
Go to Command prompt and execute the below command.
***Analyze the # of hops the client experiences before they hit *.msn.net. This measures the # of hops before you hit the first point of entry into Microsoft.
The second option is an overall visualization of the Microsoft 365 Connectivity path for a user in a particular location.
NOTE: On this one use Edge (sorry) because there are additional tests available. Also, be aware this is general connectivity, not particular to any underlying service.
- Microsoft Edge (allows for advanced tests)
- Enter your city, country or “Locate me”
- Here is an example in Wake Forest, NC USA
These steps not only help you to perform Microsoft teams connection issues but also check Microsoft 365 connectivity to make sure everything is ok.
Want to improve your Microsoft Teams experience for better productivity? Check out the tips and tricks mentioned here.
Now I’d like to hear from you:
Which options from today’s report did you find most interesting? Or maybe you have a question about something that I covered.
Either way, I’d like to hear from you. So go ahead and leave a comment below.