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Tracert ?

A normal tracert would be as follows..

Tracing route to dlp6248.cts.com [10.238.25.254]

over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 10.236.140.2

2 <1 ms 2 ms <1 ms 10.224.1.5

3 3 ms 2 ms 2 ms 10.224.1.18

4 3 ms 2 ms 3 ms 192.168.1.2

5 11 ms 6 ms 9 ms dlp6248.cts.com [10.238.25.254]

Trace complete.

But i have another trace which has the third column of seconds as * Is there any particular reason for this ? I am troubleshooting one connectivity and have come accross this.

Please help..

Tracing route to ibp6151.cts.com [10.238.25.111]

over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <1 ms <1 ms * 10.236.140.2

2 <1 ms <1 ms * 10.224.1.5

3 2 ms 2 ms * 10.224.1.10

4 9 ms 2 ms * 192.168.1.2

5 8 ms 2 ms * ibp6151.cts.com [10.238.25.111]

Trace complete.

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Re: Tracert ?

It means that every 3rd packet of the traceroute (or its reply) is getting dropped.. I suspect some connectivity problems along the way. Try and ping each of the addresses in the trace individually to see if all of them make it through.

Paresh

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Re: Tracert ?

Hi

I do belive you can fiddle the tracert command - but before we go through that - try tracing from a terminal connected into the server.

Using windows try tracert or linux use tracert - check if that fails first.

then switch on

debug ip packet detail

run your ping or trace route again and check .

This will show you packet info

check this out for details

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/63/ping_traceroute.html

Cheers

Malcolm

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