Fedora is the guest OS (VM) and windows XP is the host. right i will try
thnks a lot
On 2/16/06, John Reilly <jr at inconspicuous.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, 2006-02-15 at 18:55 +0530, Anil Kamath wrote:
> > I am unable to use traceroute on fedora core3 I am using vmware ws 4 the
> > tracert works fine on winxp sp2 but on fedora it just goes thru the
> > hop and later gives a request timeout.
>> Is that fedora inside of vmware running on the XP box? or are both
> fedora & winxp running in VMs?
>> Anyway, keep in mind that traceroute and tracert are not exactly the
> same. tracert send icmp echo packets whereas traceroute uses udp.
>> You could also try mtr or xmtr on fedora which uses icmp echo.
Thanks & Regards,
Anil M Kamath
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