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  1. #1

    Advanced traceroute

    hello again -
    I'm looking for a utility that will execute a traceroute and tell me where in the world the location of each hit is...

    In other words if I want to know where each router is located, like on a map, that the data packet passes through, what would I use... there was something like this that I used on windows and I can't remember what it was... there was also a firewall I used - which had this purpose - it's not available on LINUX -> wouldn't run it under wine because of it's nature...


  2. #2

    found one

    here's the first one I came across on google

    It seems that it's shareware (ie closed source) $49.95 to purchase single user license

    maybe find some on freshmeat ?!?


  3. #3
    Linux Guru
    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Täby, Sweden
    It's not always possible, since far from all DNS entries have a LOC RR. However, try xtraceroute. If it's possible to deduce where the routers are, it will show you a 3D globe of the earth with all the hops pointed out.

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  5. #4
    Linux Engineer
    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    Stockholm, Sweden
    I used xtraceroute a couple of times its pretty cool although it is not allwase acurate (sometimes it would get hits way out in space;))

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