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Topic # 26363 19-Sep-2008 20:49
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Not a huge deal, but ever since joining xnet back in october last year I've never been able to (as far as i can remember) trace to any server.
Here is an example of a trace.

Anybody else get this and is there a solution?


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  Reply # 165717 19-Sep-2008 20:58
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I have just used the Windows "tracert" command and it resolved about 10 hops before starting to timeout.  Don't know if being on a static IP makes any difference.

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  Reply # 165722 19-Sep-2008 21:16
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Niel: I have just used the Windows "tracert" command and it resolved about 10 hops before starting to timeout.  Don't know if being on a static IP makes any difference.

Strange. I am on a static IP.

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  Reply # 165739 19-Sep-2008 23:30
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Client's Xnet connection, static IP:


Tracing route to []
over a maximum of 30 hops:

  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  my.router []
  2    50 ms    42 ms    46 ms []
  3    45 ms    47 ms    43 ms []
  4    44 ms    46 ms    45 ms []
  5    43 ms    42 ms    43 ms []

  6   200 ms   201 ms   202 ms []
  7   202 ms   211 ms   202 ms []

  8   201 ms   201 ms   220 ms []
  9   204 ms   200 ms   200 ms
 10   204 ms   204 ms   205 ms
 11   175 ms   172 ms   175 ms
 12   229 ms   229 ms   229 ms
 13   209 ms   222 ms   212 ms
 14   240 ms   276 ms   241 ms
 15   250 ms   251 ms   252 ms
 16   250 ms   221 ms   250 ms
 17   265 ms   260 ms   261 ms
 18   272 ms   264 ms   269 ms
 19   238 ms   236 ms   236 ms
 20   264 ms   267 ms   265 ms []

Trace complete.

I do only get to 9 hops when tracert to then it begins to timeout.

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