Monday, September 2, 2013

Use tracepath instead of traceroute

Just wanted to note myself of this one,

$ tracepath 210.213.128.14
1: centos (10.0.1.19) 0.094ms pmtu 1500
1: maximum (10.0.1.1) 1.327ms
1: maximum (10.0.1.1) 1.866ms
2: dsl.49.145.0.1.pldt.net (49.145.0.1) 55.341ms
3: 122.2.135.37.pldt.net (122.2.135.37) 50.527ms
4: 210.213.135.17.static.pldt.net (210.213.135.17) 73.554ms
5: 210.213.128.62.static.pldt.net (210.213.128.62) 79.921ms
6: 210.213.129.33.static.pldt.net (210.213.129.33) 83.518ms
7: 210.213.128.45.static.pldt.net (210.213.128.45) 71.558ms
8: 210.213.131.93.static.pldt.net (210.213.131.93) 71.437ms asymm 9
9: 210.213.128.14.static.pldt.net (210.213.128.14) 211.873ms reached
Resume: pmtu 1500 hops 9 back 247


tracepath can be run without the need of any super user privileges.