Whats with Trace routes??

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Swiper

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here is an example of a traceroute I do to any site, no matter what site it is.

Can someone explain wtf is happening??
I have no problems with NSLOOKUPS / PINGS/ AND BROWSING but traceroutes are all bungled up.

http://tinyurl.com/mozu


Does this on A DSL w/PPPoe connection.
Does this with a D-Link router AND with a direct to modem connection.
Does this with 4 different sets of DNS server address manually set in. ( 4 different ISP services w/ 2 from each one )
Nothing works.
XP w/SP1 and all critical updates.
No firewall installed
No antivirus installed.
Just did a fresh install of XP w/SP1
no change.

any ideas??
 
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Just a guess, but with so many DOS attacks, I can't tracert out of the office LAN. could be our firewall, could be ISP's firewall, could be all internet routers won't respond. It is impossible to tell from your capture as you have cut off the destination and origin, probably a smart move, but it does not provide enough info to diagnose.
 

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Well, I cut off the origin for a reason. Usually 1st and 2nd hop respond, but the next 28 hops fail / time out to ALL internet sites.

Gonna call my ISP to see if they have blocked any particular port that might be causing this behavior.
Traces use port 53 i do believe.

YES ?? NO ??
 
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