Tracing a route, Computer Network Security

There is another probing methods i-e Trace Route. To get more detail it is used

 

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As given in the figure about the route to DANDELION-PATCH.MIT.EDU was looked out and the program showed all eight computers that were in the path. The additional information is also given in the figure. Thus we look that tracing a route is more interesting tool than Ping as it shows about every computer that falls in the midway of destination and source computers.

 

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