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(Correctly) Troubleshooting with Traceroute


LinuxGam
28-09-2013, 23:27
Quote Originally Posted by ctype_alnum
That guide is wasted on people here :P
-1 some of them :-)

ctype_alnum
16-09-2013, 09:47
That guide is wasted on people here :P

cartwright118
15-09-2013, 20:58
Jeez! So it is haha

Myatu
15-09-2013, 20:52
Wow, that's some time ago!

cartwright118
15-09-2013, 18:17
Fab pdf Myatu. Thank you for sharing.

macole111
15-09-2013, 16:11
Very interesting, thanks Myatu!

-macole111

Trapper
15-09-2013, 15:59
Quote Originally Posted by freshwire
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Of course the above reply waS not done while I was asleep. I woke up a few minutes later and realised I had fallen asleep
I was dreaming that I was awake, but when I woke up, I found myself asleep..!

~Trap

rickyday
15-09-2013, 13:45
That is an extremely good guide, thanks for posting Myatu!

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freshwire
17-12-2009, 06:09
I got to slide 34 then fell asleep. Will have to read the rest tomorrow

Of course the above reply waS not done while I was asleep. I woke up a few minutes later and realised I had fallen asleep

Myatu
17-12-2009, 01:34
The following is a good, easy to follow guide written by Richard Steenbergen of nLayer (in PDF format).

It explains how a traceroute works, how to interpret the results and also the things that even trained network engineers in NOCs sometimes get wrong.

http://nanog.org/meetings/nanog45/pr...eroute_N45.pdf

Hopefully this will also give a better insight into things like "lost packets" that you may observe at various hops, including OVH's own routers.