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Re: Cisco question...
From: Paul Thornton <prt () prt org>
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 10:26:04 +0000 (GMT)

On Sat, 10 Jan 1998, Alex Rubenstein wrote:

What the hell is a !Q in a traceroute? 

I seem to recall hearing (back in the mists of time) that it was a source
quench coming back, but don't take that as gospel...
 
nyc6#trace www.demon.net

Type escape sequence to abort.
Tracing the route to www.demon.net (193.195.0.1)

  1 nac-wisper-10Mb.nac.net (207.99.122.4) 0 msec 0 msec 4 msec
  2 nac-wisper-10Mb.nac.net (207.99.122.4) !Q  * 
    lth1-e1.uk-core.uk.wisper.net (193.164.160.10) [AS 6765] 92 msec
  3 linx-1.router.demon.net (194.68.130.13) [AS 5459] 112 msec 108 msec 112 msec
  4 telehouse-1.router.demon.net (194.159.252.51) [AS 2529] 112 msec 112 msec 104 msec
  5 demon.www.demon.net (194.159.255.45) [AS 2529] 112 msec *  116 msec




--
Paul

-= Paul Thornton, 2 Durnford Way, Cambridge, CB4 2DP, UK. +44 1223 575384 =-



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