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Funky traceroute results

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traceroute to google.com (64.233.187.99), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1) 4.836 ms 4.891 ms 5.414 ms
2 home.domain.actdsltmp (192.168.0.1) 15.833 ms 16.374 ms 16.953 ms
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Weird, no?

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I would think so a little.

Since it is to Google, I would think 16 hops max.

I know in a Pure Windows environment, where you have your server acting like a router, you can have 32 hops; before it is counted as infinity.

I will replay if anything pops in my head. I am just to tired to think about work right now (and that looks like my work)

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Does every traceroute you run look like that?

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update: I just telneted into my modem and ran a traceroute and it looked normal. The post above was done from my laptop and I get the same thing from my router .

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update: I just telneted into my modem and ran a traceroute and it looked normal. The post above was done from my laptop and I get the same thing from my router .

Have you checked if your router doesn't block ICMP replies?

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I got results like that when the cable company was having problems with their internet backbone.

Try a tracert for something in a different part of the world..

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update: I just telneted into my modem and ran a traceroute and it looked normal. The post above was done from my laptop and I get the same thing from my router .

Have you checked if your router doesn't block ICMP replies?

Yup, turns out my router was filtering ICMP.

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