True… /usr/sbin/traceroute is on SLED by default even but it is not
in a normal user’s path though calling it manually works. I suspect
this is fairly common among the various suse builds.
ken yap wrote:
| Usually in /usr/sbin/traceroute. If not you will have to install the
| net-tools package. You don’t need root privilege to run it but it is
| probably not in a normal user’s path.
| You normally don’t need to fiddle with the DF bit to use traceroute but
| the option is there. See man traceroute for all the options.
| Be aware that Unix traceroute uses a slightly different method from
| Windows tracert by default, but there’s an option to use the ICMP
| See here for lots more about traceroute ‘traceroute - Wikipedia, the
| free encyclopedia’ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traceroute)
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