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SubjectRe: traceroute bug ?
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On Fri, 27 Jan 2006 15:38:23 -0300, Gerold van Dijk said:
> Why can I NOT do a traceroute specifically within my own (sub)network
>
> 207.253.5.64/27
>
> with any distribution of Linux??

OK.. I'll bite. What happens when you try? And why are you posting here - is
there *any* evidence that there is a Linux kernel bug involved?

The output of 'ifconfig' and 'netstat -r -n' would likely be helpful, as would
proof that the host(s) you're tracerouting from and to are *not* running a
firewall that interferes with the way traceroute functions. (It's amazing how
many people block all ICMP, then wonder why traceroute doesn't work... ;)

Watching the wire with 'tcpdump' and/or 'ethereal' can also help....

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