traceroute is a common networking utility to determine the path a packet takes to a target IP device.

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private address in traceroute results

I SSH into a remote host 194.199.68.165 and then use traceroute to check paths to 132.227.62.122 , and I notice that there are some private IPs, like 10.230.10.1 bash-4.0# traceroute -T ...
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Multiple IP Addresses on a Traceroute Line

I'm doing a traceroute from my box to ....say.... stackoverflow.com. I see a couple of instances where there are multiple ip's on one line. For instance, in below, line #2 has two IPs: 10.1.6.5 and ...
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More Detailed Trace of my Server's IP?

I use Geolocating services to see where my server seems to be residing, and it is resolving to New York. But the server is actually a cloud-server located in the Netherlands. The hosting company is ...
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How can traceroute show two different names for the same IP address?

Here are two traceroutes both to 82.195.128.132. One results in the name ns1.hosting365.ie and the other in the name mail.hosting365.ie. Why the difference? traceroute to mail.cameracentre.ie ...
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Where is packet loss occuring? (Interpreting MTR)

If MTR is showing something like: 1. 192.168.0.1 0.0% 2. 1.2.3.4 50.0% 3. etc That clearly shows that the packet loss is my ISP's fault, correct? But if I'm seeing: 1. 192.168.0.1 ...
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Website is resolving to localhost?

For some reason, the website funshion.com resolves to localhost (127.0.0.1) when I run it on tracert. The website should, of course, go to the website, not to my computer. Basically, Funshion is a ...
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Why does ping sometimes decrease in a traceroute?

I've run a traceroute. (see image). The "Avg" column shows that on hop 7, the ping actually decreases between ping 6 and 8. This can't be due to an anomaly because this data is averaged over 24 ...
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cmd.exe strange behavior. Not recognizing desktop anymore

I was trying to add a tracert command to a .bat file. At the cmd.exe I was writing: tracert 111.111.111.111 > desktop\tracert.txt and it ran ok. I've created a bat file like this: ::@echo off ...
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Is there any browser extension which shows the ip route of the site just opened? [closed]

For example, i open up a video on youtube. Is there an extension which will show me all the hops that my connection had to make along with the latency? the extension can be either firefox or chrome ...
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My ISP is blocking my website?

I am not sure if this is the right place to ask this. If not, please tell me where. I hosted my website in awardspace.com but now I am unable to connect to my site or awardspace.com. This happened a ...
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What are these Request Time Outs in Tracert? [duplicate]

I am having dual router/modem ( I don't know the correct term ). IP of first router is 192.168.1.1 . This is the router which is connected to phone line. Then I have another wifi router , its IP is ...
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* * * in traceroute

If I traceroute to my server via a bunch of different methods, the external ip seems to not work. However the server is online and accessible by this ip. Localhost: michaelxu@michaelxu-server:~$ ...
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Unable to reach remote server from new ISP

From my previous Internet Service Provider I was able to reach (ping/trace/remote desktop) my remote server (windows 2003). Since I changed ISP I cant reach it. This is a tracert to the server from ...
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Which device is displayed on line 2 of the tracert output

Running a tracert produced the following output below. 1 0ms 0/ 100 = 0% 0/ 100 = 0% WRT610N [192.168.1.1] 0/ 100 = 0% | 2 --- 100/ 100 =100% 100/ 100 =100% 10.88.192.1 ...
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Request Timed Out before getting to ISP

I’m on a network running server running Windows Server 2008 R2 and seem to be having a problem with connection speed to the internet. When I use tracert in the command prompt I always get “request ...
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DynDNS configuration - second to last packet is timed out during tracert

I have a NAS in a separate location which I connect into through a DynDNS domain I got for it. When I tracert to that DynDNS name, the following comes up: 1 3 ms 2 ms <1 ms ...
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How can I find the source of packet loss in a traceroute?

Whenever I ping my website, I get 5% packet loss consistently. However, pinging other sites such as google produce no packet loss. I'm really not fond of my webserver dropping packets, but I'm not ...
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traceroute on Linux displays '* * *'

What is going on? If I run traceroute google.com it outputs 192.168.0.1 for the first router (which is correct) and threee *'s for the rest. I have tried disabling the FireWall on the router ...
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Can't access certain domains - what can I do, or ask my ISP to do?

I've had intermittent failures trying to establish connections to anything on the colorado.edu domain. Existing connections stayed open, but I couldn't establish any new ones - neither ssh nor http. ...
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Cannot access a very specific site from my router

This is a problem for me because this site is important to me. It's MY website. And sadly my email is hosted on my site (which I cant access either) When I try to access my website when connected ...
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Trying to understand tracert output

I'm looking at the following tracert ouput: 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms my-router-ip 2 * 14 ms 2 ms something-from-my-isp 3 182 ms 157 ms 158 ms ...
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Find slow network nodes between two data centers

I've got a problem with syncing big amount of data between two data centers. Both machines have got a gigabit connection and are not fully occupied but the fastest that I am able to get is something ...
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Traceroute/ping timeout. A person can't reach my site

I'm working on a web project and the customer bought a dedicated IP address to install an ssl later. A designer on the team can not access the site (but everyone else can). The traceroute from the ...
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Traceroute to IP address fails, but traceroute to domain name with same IP address is okay. Why?

When I traceroute to this IP (108.162.198.181) it stops after 1 hop. But tracerouting to a domain (www.gomodule.com) with the same IP shows 9 hops ending in that target. traceroute to ...
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wget not working on one machine: 404 Not Found

I am trying to use wget to debug and issue I am having. I have a remote machine from one server trying to reach query.json and it works fine, connects and downloads fine. I have another remote machine ...
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Get IP of non-responsive traceroute?

The DOS version of tracert doesn't give the IP address of failed pings. What is a reasonably simple way to find the IP's of non-responsive servers in a traceroute?
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I can ping, but cannot traceroute or connect to VNC

I am trying to connect to a remote computer using VNC. As I try to connect using VNC, my connection always times out. (I use the Remmina REmote Desktop in Ubuntu, and the server desktop is a mac ...
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Why is IPv6 ping failing to access google.com?

I have found that ping google.com from my Windows 7 box has stopped working. Below is the output - note that the IPv4 ping works, and Yahoo works. Is my local router at fault here? ...
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Strange traceroute to msdn.microsoft.com

The problem is I could not view any msdn.microsoft.com/* site and the main site itself on my Ubuntu box on Google Chrome browser. Error is: Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was ...
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ping and tracert don't work, while netstat does on windows pc

I am relatively new here and I don't even know if I'm asking the qn in the correct site. Please bear with me if I'm wrong. In my command line netstat works, but ping and tracert don't. I don't get ...
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Can I change the traceroute to a certain IP?

I like to play the game League of Legends but lately have gotten unacceptable amounts of latency (400+ ping). After finding out the game server's IP (95.172.65.165) I tried to traceroute it to see if ...
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Traceroute, * at first router

When using traceroute on my mac to check the path to any website, the first line is always 3 stars. imac:~ Jerome$ traceroute google.com traceroute: Warning: google.com has multiple addresses; using ...
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Some websites not loading at all, sometimes only HEAD loads

I cannot visit several websites, they just keep loading forever until the connection attempt times out. I am sure the websites are running fine because I have no problem accessing them through proxy ...
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CentOS - Hostname showing as my hosting provider, not server

I've recently purchased a new server, it's set up and configured with CentOS 5.7 and cPanel/WHM. DNS resolves correctly when accessing websites that point to the server, however, there is a problem ...
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How do you find out what country a file is hosted?

I'm downloading a file from Adobe which appears to be coming from a local source but im not sure. Local traffic is free which is why im trying to find out. Download speed seems very slow to be ...
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Am I reading this trace correctly?

We've been having issues at work with getting quotes from UPS today. After having no luck getting to the UPS support page, I decided to traceroute it. The following is the result I got from it: ...
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traceroute going through 10.x.x.x … Why?

I'm getting some really high pings to various game servers in my own country at peak hours. Before I complain to the ISP I want to know what some of these results in my tracert are: Tracing route to ...
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traceroute outputs only * * * [duplicate]

Am trying to traceroute to google.com but unfortunately this is the output I am getting - I know that these * * *s mean that the packets are not reaching back, perhaps due to firewalls, but no ...
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Packet sizes for ping and traceroute

Why is a ping packet's data length 32 while a traceroute packet's data length is 64 bytes? Is there any reason for that? Or are there any advantages for this difference?
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Determining cause of TCP/IP connect issue

I need HTTPS access to the host ws.betaqxl.com, but connect fails: :: curl -k -v https://ws.betaqxl.com * About to connect() to ws.betaqxl.com port 443 (#0) * Trying 91.204.81.183... Timed out * ...
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What is the range of ports that is usually used in the traceroute command?

I wanted to know if there is a range which is usually used for destination port that is used in traceroute command. Like the starting address for destination port is 33434. but is there some standard ...
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How do I troubleshoot distant Internet routing problems?

(This may be better answered on serverfault, but it's not technically about a server, so suggestions welcome...) We just moved offices at work. We're in Cambridge, MA, and have a Comcast ...
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Can't ping but can access internet just fine?

I'm wondering if anyone has ideas on this one, since it's a first for me. I can access the internet just fine with a browser, but using PING or TRACERT from a command prompt just shows requests ...
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How to solve request timed out? And why am I getting this error?

I am having issue with my net connection. My net connection gets disconnected at times. Online gaming faces lagging issue. It was 1st noted after modem firmware was updated by the ISP ...
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conectivity problem

I have 2 PCs (anuin and hed), both running Linux that are connected via ethernet (192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.3). Both PCs can ping each other. anuin is connected to the internet via an USB-stick ...
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Why does tracert not work when connected via wireless, but works when wired?

If my laptop is connected to my new Netgear router via wireless, all tracert commands display my router's IP address for hop #1, then timeouts for all remaining hops. If I connect to my router via ...
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How to print only an IP address list of traceroute?

How do I print only an IP address list of a traceroute run? I don't want the web addresses like something-online.net and their round trip times. How do I get a "simple" traceroute from the ...
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Why/how is WinMTR 30 x faster than tracert / ftrace / wtrace etc?

When I run WinMTR and trace any host, like google.com for example, the built-in windows command tracert (on Win 7) and also third party commands like ftrace take 30 seconds ish to finish even when I ...
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How to trace a hacker

So, I'm a big fan of the cheesy 90's movies about hacking (read Hackers). I've been using computers all my life, which has brought me to university studying in Computer Engineering. The other day I ...
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tcptraceroute showing paths of greatly varying length

I'm tracing a path to my server using tcptraceroute. The server is showing intermittent network availability. It's as if some packets get through fine, others take a long time and some never get ...