Traceroute not displaying getway IP address within Hops
Date: 08/09/05

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    Date: 8 Aug 2005 21:17:39 -0700

    I'm trying to traceroute from a machine on our network to another
    machine on an attached network.

    Whenever I perform the traceroute I get the following output which is
    quite useless. Is the a switch somewhere that I can turn on/off to
    produce a logical output to trace the actual hops that I go over?

    # traceroute h10109
    traceroute to h10109 (10.116.XX.XX), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
     1 h10109 (10.116.XX.XX) 1.982 ms 2.177 ms 1.786 ms
     2 h10109 (10.116.XX.XX) 3.217 ms 2.629 ms 6.268 ms
     3 h10109 (10.116.XX.XX) 27.657 ms 27.100 ms 39.746 ms
     4 h10109 (10.116.XX.XX) 82.549 ms 39.026 ms 35.047 ms
     5 * * *

    This just repeats the destination IP address instead of displaying the


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