Traces the route taken by packets over an IPv4/IPv6 network
The traceroute utility displays the route used by IP packets on their
way to a specified network (or Internet) host. Traceroute displays
the IP number and host name (if possible) of the machines along the
route taken by the packets. Traceroute is used as a network debugging
tool. If you're having network connectivity problems, traceroute will
show you where the trouble is coming from along the route.
Install traceroute if you need a tool for diagnosing network connectivity
This is a new modern implementation of the traceroute(8)
utility for Linux systems.
Traceroute tracks the route packets take across an IP network on their
way to a given host. It utilizes the IP protocol's time to live (TTL)
field and attempts to elicit an ICMP TIME_EXCEEDED response from each
gateway along the path to the host.
Features list includes:
- Full support for both IPv4 and IPv6 proto
TRACEROUTE(8) Fedora Core Linux TRACEROUTE(8)
traceroute - print the route packets trace to network host
traceroute [-46dFITUnrAV] [-f first_ttl] [-g gate,...]
[-i device] [-m max_ttl] [-p port] [-s src_addr]
[-q nqueries] [-N squeries] [-t tos]
[-l flow_label] [-w waittime] [-z sendwait]
* It seems that `-l' and `-g' will not work correctly together (IPv6).
Wait for "flow label" API to be appeared in glibc-kernheaders and
think about it immediately after that... :)
* Tune default parameters properly.
Maybe increase value for the `-N' (sim_probes),
maybe decrease `-w' secs to 4.0 instead of 5.0 (as Network is faster now).
* Verbose output. Show method in use, what por
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