How to stop traceroute in a Router

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Oct 17th, 2005

Hi,

When I try to traceroute an IP address from the Router , it goes until 30 hops and stops . How to stop this process in between in the Router ?. Sometimes , it's time consuming process to wait until 30 hops even the first hop itself timedout (*******) and I had to wait to traceroute other IP until it finishes 30 hops . I once used combination of keys to stop this (control, shift and F6 ) and now I fogot the combination.

Thanx

Raju

I have this problem too.
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MATTHIAS SCHAERER Mon, 10/17/2005 - 04:10

Raju,

it's ctrl-shift and 6 (not F6). One other thing is to use no ip domain-lookup in the config so the trace will speed up because it doesn't do a DNS broadcast for each hop.

HTH

mat

paul.werner Mon, 10/17/2005 - 04:10

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/701/61.html

Consult the table for your particular operating system. Keep in mind that some versions of hyperterminal, the break sequence does not work.

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