Command to trace a route?
cswiger at mac.com
Wed Aug 31 17:49:49 GMT 2005
On Aug 31, 2005, at 1:43 PM, John Oxley wrote:
>> As others have pointed out it's traceroute.
>> apropos may help the next time you're looking for a command:
> Slightly OT, but tcptraceroute is also very useful:
> Info: A traceroute implementation using TCP packets
"traceroute -P tcp"...? :-)
The modern BSD traceroute supports all of:
-P Send packets of specified IP protocol. The currently
protocols are: UDP, TCP, GRE and ICMP. Other
protocols may also
be specified (either by name or by number), though
does not implement any special knowledge of their
mats. This option is useful for determining which
router along a
path may be blocking packets based on IP protocol
see BUGS below.
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