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Unidentified host.

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  1. plantman

    plantman Thread Starter

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    Hi, when doing a tracert from my pc I get as the second hop a private network IP 10.251.80.1, my network behind the router is 192.168.x.x and the router is 82.15.x.x.
    Is there is simple explanation?
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    It would have helped a bunch to see the trace.

    I would guess that there is a private address somewhere inside the ISP's network.
     
  3. plantman

    plantman Thread Starter

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    Hi JohnWill, thanks for looking.
    Here is a sample trace. Hope it helps.
    Tracing route to google.co.uk [66.249.93.104]
    Hop 1 IP 192.168.1.1 Time : 7 (not resolved)
    Hop 2 IP 10.251.80.1 Time : 9 (not resolved)
    Hop 3 IP 82.3.35.161 Time : 8 (leic-t2cam1-a-v105.inet.ntl.com | .COM | US Commercial)
    Hop 4 IP 82.3.32.237 Time : 8 (cpc3-ches1-3-1-cust237.lutn.cable.ntl.com | .COM | US Commercial)
    Hop 5 IP 213.105.172.17 Time : 11 (lee-bb-a-so-120-0.inet.ntl.com | .COM | US Commercial)
    Hop 6 IP 62.253.185.101 Time : 22 (nth-bb-b-so-100-0.inet.ntl.com | .COM | US Commercial)
    Hop 7 IP 62.253.184.2 Time : 14 (tele-ic-1-as0-0.inet.ntl.com | .COM | US Commercial)
    Hop 8 IP 212.250.14.66 Time : 27 (not resolved)
     
  4. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    OK, this actually looks more like you have two NAT layers.

    Please supply the following info, exact make and models of the equipment please.

    Make and model of the broadband modem.
    Make and model of the router.
    Connection type, wired or wireless.
    If wireless, encryption used, (none, WEP, WPA, or WPA2)
    Make/model of your computer.
    Version and patch level of Windows on all affected machines, i.e. XP-Home (or XP-Pro), SP2, Vista, etc.




    Let's also see the results of the following command at a command prompt.

    PATHPING google.co.uk
     
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