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2013-02-18 10:44:52 AM
Uhh, why are you forcing the trace to use IPv6?  Most people won't get past their own home router doing that.
 
2013-02-18 11:17:36 AM

The Loaf: Uhh, why are you forcing the trace to use IPv6?  Most people won't get past their own home router doing that.


Because the IPv4 won't work. This shows how to create an IPv6 tunnel and do it using Windows.
 
2013-02-18 01:40:25 PM
Please explain in Engrish
 
2013-02-18 02:56:27 PM

alexjoss: Please explain in Engrish


Okay, so a Ping is where you send a message to a remote computer or server to send back a response. Then you use the response time to gauge how slowly the network is running.
A traceroute is the similar, but it hits every router along the way. This shows WHERE the network is running slowly. Then you can say things like, "Looks like Comcast has a screwed up router in Georgia. That's why the internet is so slow. It's out of our network and I can't fix it, boss."

This guy has placed a router behind a bunch of other routers so that you have to go through them to get to it. This shows every router's name along the way which lends to comical effect.
 
2013-02-18 04:52:46 PM
Drop the "-6" and it works on Windows XP
 
2013-02-18 06:23:30 PM

Gunny Walker: alexjoss: Please explain in Engrish

Okay, so a Ping is where you send a message to a remote computer or server to send back a response. Then you use the response time to gauge how slowly the network is running.
A traceroute is the similar, but it hits every router along the way. This shows WHERE the network is running slowly. Then you can say things like, "Looks like Comcast has a screwed up router in Georgia. That's why the internet is so slow. It's out of our network and I can't fix it, boss."

This guy has placed a router behind a bunch of other routers so that you have to go through them to get to it. This shows every router's name along the way which lends to comical effect.


That was a well-written reply, free of snark.

Are you on the right website?
 
2013-02-18 06:29:53 PM
Is this the same one from last week?
 
2013-02-18 09:53:04 PM
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2013-02-19 05:50:46 AM

cretinbob: Is this the same one from last week?


I hope so.  I hope there arent a flood of these things coming.
 
2013-02-19 06:56:29 AM

cretinbob: Is this the same one from last week?


Not exactly. Last week's was IPv4 and attacked until taken down. Then the guy put up an IPv6 version. So, it's sort of the same thing.
 
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