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pinging an unknown hosts from centos resolves

I am seeing very strange behavior with servers running CentOS 6.4 x64. If I run a ping on a host which clearly doesn't exist: ➜ ~ ping sdafsadfdsadfsasdfasdoi.com PING ...
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New network and tracert says first hop is the host I am tracing?

Disclaimer: I am a n00b with setting up windows networks with AD. Another intermediate guy set this up. So if I do tracert google.com, the first hop sows as the IP of google.com. I have never come ...
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how does traceroute resolve router names?

I found this fun little example of traceroute being used to output Star Wars stuff. It came from http://beaglenetworks.net originally. % traceroute -m 100 -U -p 3550 obiwan.scrye.net traceroute to ...
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Putting router names in traceroute hops?

We have a number of sites that are interconnected via VPN tunnels. When troubleshooting issues I regularly find myself running traceroute to see the path the workstation takes to access a remote ...
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DNS name resolution with traceroute

i'm using my computer inside China to connect server outside country. I tried many days a traceroute command to domain.com, that has ip address 114.157.42.212 and everytime the response is like this: ...
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Ping returns different results if asked ip address or hostname

Alright, I've got an irritating problem. When I ping one of the servers in my company with ping 192.168.1.62 I get my box ldmmit1 as the result. But when I use this line ping ldmmit1 I ...
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The network routes A.com and sub.A.com so differently

Route is based on IP, right? How does it possible to route my packets so differently? One is success, but another is not. # traceroute A.com traceroute to A.com (1.2.3.4), 30 hops max, 60 byte ...