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Windows 7 CMD tracert gives totally different final IP to online traceroute

So, i'm pretty damn rusty with this stuff, and been up all night for client emergency, so excuse me if i'm typing gibberish and didn't find related search results./ I'm suddenly taking over a clients ...
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What does !A mean in traceroute?

Store_85000#traceroute 4.2.2.2 source vlan 1 Type escape sequence to abort. Tracing the route to b.resolvers.Level3.net (4.2.2.2) VRF info: (vrf in name/id, vrf out name/id) 1 10.32.5.57 76 msec 68 ...
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Reading tracert output - what does this address mean?

7 7 ms 2 ms 3 ms 83.149.18.148 8 * 78 ms * ae52.edge7.Frankfurt1.Level3.net [195.16.162.53] 9 * * * Request timed out. 10 80 ms 80 ...
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Traceroute to single IP from 2 different networks (one pass, another - fails)

traceroute from 2 different environments is giving different results. One is passed succesfully, the other one failed. I don't believe that would be our own switch/router - otherwise I would not be ...
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tracert.exe: Why doesn't RTT increase with each hop?

Internet is slow today. So, I ran tracert.exe against a nearby server (German edition of Windows XP): >tracert inka.de Routenverfolgung zu inka.de [193.197.184.1] ├╝ber maximal 30 Abschnitte: ...
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If a request times out on an intermediate device, how are packets able to travel to the next device?

I noticed in many traceroutes that when * * * Request timed out appears somewhere in the middle hop, the packets are able to make it to the subsequent device. 3 13 ms 8 ms ...
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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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different between tracert(windows) and traceroute(linux)

I'm tracing some server between tracert(Windows) and traceroute(linux) in the same network. But the output is different. tracert can trace the target server. But traceroute can't. The traceroute ...
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Could someone with twtelecom inform them that they have a faulty router? [closed]

I did a trace route to see where the packets stop when requesting match.com and I noticed that they always stop at the same router using tracert: Tracing route to us.match.com.akadns.net ...
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problem with tracert

How does tracert work if the route to the destination gets disconnected or the link is damaged? what will happen?
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Live server unreachable - what does this tracert tell me?

I have the website *.co.uk but havn't been able to access it recently. I know its live, I can access it using vtunnel proxy server. I'm having the problem just on my virgin (uk) internet connection ...
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Analyzing traceroute

I'm not a big network expert, but I'm having trouble accessing vmware.com and I'd like to try to further understand the issue. This is the traceroute I'm getting: http://pastebin.com/MDaw5MRG On the ...
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ISP filtering traffic through proxy? Can't connect to private proxy using an IP address accept list

I'm trying to figure out why this computer can't connect to these private proxies I have. These proxies work with an IP address accept list. So, I've looked up the IP address on the ...
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Can ping but cannot traceroute from Linux. Can do both from Windows. What gives?

So here's the issue. I have two different computers behind the same network. Both have the same gateway, IP address prefixes, etc. Computer 1: Windows XP IP 192.168.0.15 This computer can ping and ...
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Traceroute includes un-routable IP (?)

I ran the following traceroute once, while trying to disagnose a network problem. c:\>tracert linode.com -d Tracing route to linode.com [67.18.186.61] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 <1 ms ...