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trace to a destination

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Tracing the route to 203.143.176.30

1 white-dwarf.cbbtier3.att.net (12.0.1.1) [AS 7018] 0 msec 0 msec 0 msec

2 ar13.s10-0-0.n54ny.ip.att.net (12.124.182.17) 0 msec 4 msec 4 msec

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12 220.225.68.141 [AS 18101] 216 msec 224 msec 224 msec

13 220.225.68.141 [AS 18101] 232 msec 216 msec 216 msec

220.225.68.141 is the WAN IP of the internet router and the 14th hop is ideally the destination device.

I am struggling to understand why is the WAN IP shown twice in hop 12 and hop 13.

-Sai.

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Re: trace to a destination

really strange problem.

may be the 13th hop is a router wich address is natted to 220.225.68.141!

do you implement NAT?

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Re: trace to a destination

The 13th hop is the WAN IP of the perimeter router. beyond it is the another router (14th hop) which has NAT enabled.

-Sai.

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