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  • Internet Routing

    Does routing between two fixed IP address stays the same all the time or it changes from one session to another. i.e. one IP in Florida and another in Texas. When you trace-route between this two points do you get the same trace every time.

    aasalem70 pointsBadges:
  • Tracert problems

    I am attempting to run a tracert to a valid address.  At the end of the traceroute I see the same hop multiple times.  I am attaching the last few hops from the trace to display what I am seeing.  10    22 ms    19 ms    24 ms  38.20.55.158  11     *        *       ...

    Nwbie5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco routing problem

    I have a Cisco router (routerA) at a remote site, which connects point-to-point to the HQ site (routerB), and it needs to communicate to another router (routerC) that is connected at the HQ site. From the CLI in routerA I cannot ping routerC, but from a PC located with routerA, I can open a dos...

    Jdleon85 pointsBadges:
  • MPLS connectivity question

    One site of our MPLS connections is down. When I do a traceroute to that site. I can see the packets bouncing back and forth between our router and the service provider's router. I haven't been able to contact the IT guys in the other site, so I'm trying to figure out what's happening from my side....

    mshen27,385 pointsBadges:
  • Tracert indicates request time out

    Cannot open some of the websites but can open general sites. Tracing the route <tracert> shows request time out

    BPandey70 pointsBadges:
  • Windows utility

    Which Windows utility shows the devices that an IP packet travels through from source to destination?

    Drecoma5 pointsBadges:
  • strange routing problem

    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...

    Pqdrummer5 pointsBadges:
  • Networking: Traceroute

    I was trying to find out why my internet connection was SLOW. After doing some digging, I found Tracert, ran it, this is what I got back, From getnet.net TO 67.175.129.220. Traceroute to 67.175.129.220 (67.175.129.220), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets 1 daisy.getnet.net (216.19.223.119) 0.068 ms 0.013...

    Z1776765 pointsBadges:
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