strange routing problem

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IP blocking
Network performance
Routers
Traceroute
Tracert
I am having trouble getting from 72.42.222.4 (Indiana) to 67.159.44.24 (not sure where). I am getting stuck after I hit COMCAST-IP.edge1.Chicago2.Level3.net [4.71.248.22] according to a tracert. 67.159.44.24 is a hosting company that I use. I have contacted their support and they are not blocking me in any way. I have contacted my ISP (NDWave) and they said that the problem is well past their reach. I do NOT have this problem when I try to reach this IP from work (216.37.60.110) despite the fact that I go through the same Chicago hops. Any ideas?
ASKED: August 19, 2008  4:21 PM
UPDATED: August 22, 2008  10:13 AM

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The host 67.159.44.24 is reachable. Are you trying to reach there by an static route or path. This can be reason for it being not reachable.

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    You may want to check the PMTU (Path Maximum Transfer Unit). If the the MTU you are using exceeds the transfer capability of any of the hops along the routed path it will get dropped. To test this do the following: from DOS prompt : ping <destination_address> -l <packet size >
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