Consulta traceroute

Re: Consulta traceroute

de Martin Giachino -
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Sacado del "man traceroute" de Linux:

       The traditional, ancient method of tracerouting. Used by default.

       Probe  packets  are udp datagrams with so-called "unlikely" destination ports.  The "unlikely" port of the first probe is 33434, then for each next probe
       it is incremented by one. Since the ports are expected to be unused, the destination host normally returns "icmp  unreach  port"  as  a  final  response.
       (Nobody knows what happens when some application listens for such ports, though).

       This method is allowed for unprivileged users.

   icmp       -I
       Most usual method for now, which uses icmp echo packets for probes.
       If you can ping(8) the destination host, icmp tracerouting is applicable as well.