When you see "!Z" or "!X" in a traceroute, what does that mean?
Where is it coming from, and how do I fix it?
!X means "communication administratively prohibited" and !Z "communication with destination host administratively prohibited" As far as I remember, you get !X on ipv4 and !Z on ipv6 and it should be documented in the man (8) pages.
Since Linux uses UDP for trace-routes, this can originate from a
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