Re: basic ping diff with windows ping
Ron Johnson on 24/10/10 22:56, wrote:
On 10/24/2010 03:54 PM, Adam Hardy wrote:
Camaleón on 24/10/10 21:21, wrote:
On Sun, 24 Oct 2010 20:30:51 +0100, Adam Hardy wrote:
Camaleón on 24/10/10 19:50, wrote:
The "magic" is done when using "-I" flag.
traceroute -I mktgw1.ibllc.com
I played around with -I and -T and didn't get any better results, which
is why I thought it must be something else. Actually though I do get
last hop with -I but I lose the IP addresses of several steps along the
Okay, okay... let's add more magic:
traceroute -I -n mktgw1.ibllc.com
No name resolve but all the hosts are there (and is very quick) :-)
Haha! You can guess what I'm going to ask next, I expect.
This is not in the docs which surprises me.
I want host name resolution, but if I don't get it, I want the IP
address. It seems linux-ping can only give me a host name or stars, and
if I want IP addresses, I can't have host name resolution.
Or am I wrong? Any more magic out there?
Remember in the last thread when I mentioned mtr?
$ mtr -rc1 mktgw1.ibllc.com
Peachy. I am using mtr. I like it, it's good. Shows me that there's a dodgy host
at my ISP in my traceroute which is losing 5% pretty consistently.
There's only one problem with