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RE: reverse Traceroute
- From: Matthew Schlegel
- Date: Fri Feb 23 11:58:51 2001
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I agree. Very cool. Now we just need to get guys like google and
msn to put a client or two in their web farms so that those of us
with users to deal ("I can't get to MSN, your network is broken")
with can trace to and from their farms directly...
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From: Jason Blakey [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2001 8:22 AM
Subject: Re: reverse Traceroute
Just checked this out - very cool (although i think the web interface
a little bit of a rework).... traceroute from anywhere (at least
client is running) to anywhere... very useful (and moreso as more
on line). I would like to urge everyone to check this out --- that
way i can
test my network more effectively:):)
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, email@example.com wrote:
> I just played with this reverse traceroute tool from
> www.traceloop.com and it looks cool. It's kind of a cross between
> an automated lookingglass system and napster. Anyway, they are
> just starting their alpha testing and they need more test points.
> btw, I have no affiliation, just thought it was cool...
> Paul Bergman
> Network Engineer
> Rhythms NetConnections, Inc.
This email from Jason Blakey - firstname.lastname@example.org -
"The luckiest man in the world"
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