tracepath from 22.214.171.124 (web100.pnw-gigapop.net) to 126.96.36.199 (ec2-34-239-151-158.compute-1.amazonaws.com) for 188.8.131.52CGI script maintainer: Les Cottrell, SLAC. Script version 7.7, 8/9/2018, Les Cottrell.
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To perform a traceroute/ping/tracepath function from web100.pnw-gigapop.net to the target, enter the desired target host.domain (e.g. www.yahoo.com) or Internet address (e.g. 184.108.40.206) in the box below. Note the fucntion is performed for the target's resolved Internet address. Lookup: domain name | Locating a Host | visual traceroute | Find AS of a host | contacting someone
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Please note that traceroutes can appear similar
to port scans. If you see a suspected port scan alert,
for example from your firewall, with
a series of ports in the range 33434 - 33465, coming
from web100.pnw-gigapop.net it is probably a reverse traceroute from our
web based reverse traceroute server. Please do NOT report this to
us, it will almost certainly be a waste of both of our times.
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Traceroute security issues.
Executing exec(/bin/tracepath 220.127.116.11) 1?: [LOCALHOST] pmtu 9000 1: ae5--555.icar-sttl2-1.infra.pnw-gigapop.net 1.214ms 1: ae5--555.icar-sttl2-1.infra.pnw-gigapop.net 1.015ms 2: ae4--804.icar-sttl1-3.infra.pnw-gigapop.net 0.675ms 3: 18.104.22.168 0.651ms pmtu 1500 3: amzn-ca-804.infra.pnw-gigapop.net 7.348ms 4: no reply 5: no reply 6: no reply 7: no reply 8: no reply 9: no reply 10: no reply 11: no reply 12: no reply 13: