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Apr
9
comment How can tracerouting a 192.168.x.x exit the local network?
@Alnitak Should we move this to SuperUser then? I got my answer I was looking for, I just don't know where would this information best benefit future readers.
Apr
9
comment How can tracerouting a 192.168.x.x exit the local network?
Accepted answer. And I'm an idiot because of not thinking of this possibility. (I'm not an admin, just a curious user)
Apr
9
comment How can tracerouting a 192.168.x.x exit the local network?
I don't quite understand it. Is that information really absolutely necessary to answer the question? I was expecting something like it is completely normal and can happen due to <short explanation> or something like this shouldn't normally happen. Please tell me why such personal information is necessary, like my MAC Adress, or my network provider (which is visible in the tracert output) and such my current location, external IP Adress, etc. I can, however, post the route list of my routing table if you find it useful.
May
16
comment Cutting an UTP cable while it's plugged in
I did it, it works, and nothing burned down.
May
16
comment Cutting an UTP cable while it's plugged in
+1 for mentioning a possible danger. Fortunately, I don't have Power over Ethernet.
Mar
16
comment Location of Google servers
you can also use tracert instead of ping, it will give you a lot more information. You will know which servers you got through to reach the target page.