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10.2.6.3. The traceroute command

To check the route that packets follow to a network host, use the traceroute command:


[[email protected] emmy]$ /usr/sbin/traceroute www.eunet.be
traceroute to www.eunet.be(193.74.208.177),30 hops max,38b packets
1 blob (10.0.0.1)  
       0.297ms  0.257ms  0.174ms
2 adsl-65.myprovider.be (217.136.111.1) 
       12.120ms 13.058ms 13.009ms
3 194.78.255.177 (194.78.255.177)  
       13.845ms 14.308ms 12.756ms
4 gigabitethernet2-2.intl2.gam.brussels.skynet.be (195.238.2.226)
       13.123ms 13.164ms 12.527ms
5 pecbru2.car.belbone.be (194.78.255.118) 
       16.336ms 13.889ms 13.028ms
6 ser-2-1-110-ias-be-vil-ar01.kpnbelgium.be (194.119.224.9)
       14.602ms 15.546ms 15.959ms
7 unknown-195-207-939.eunet.be (195.207.93.49) 
       16.514ms 17.661ms 18.889ms
8 S0-1-0.Leuven.Belgium.EU.net (195.207.129.1) 
       22.714ms 19.193ms 18.432ms
9 dukat.Belgium.EU.net (193.74.208.178) 22.758ms * 25.263ms

On some systems, traceroute has been renamed to tracepath.

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