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Use the
command to print the route taken by packets to a destination and to identify the route or measure packet transit delays across a network.


traceroute interface dst-ipv4 (args=" ")


Enter the interface to listen on.
Enter the interface name or ID.
args= "-F"
Use when probe packets should not be fragmented.
args= "-l"
Displays the time-to-live (TTL) value of the returned packet.
Use ICMP ECHO instead of UDP datagrams.
args="-m number"
Enter the maximum number of hops (max TTL value) that trace route probe.
args= "-n"
Print hop addresses numerically rather than symbolically.
args="-p string"
This is the base UDP port number used in probes (default value is 33434).
args="-q number"
Enter the number of probe packets per TTL. The default value is 3.
args= "-t number"
Enter a value for Type of Service (TOS) in probe packets. The default value is 0.
args="-w number"
Enter a time (in seconds) to wait for a response to a probe. The default value is 3 seconds.

Command Notes

Super, Read Only
Related Commands
Introduced in
Release 4.4.1


traceroute 1 args="-n" traceroute to (, 30 hops max, 46 byte packets 1 92.231 ms 92.298 ms 92.241 ms 2 92.336 ms 92.327 ms 92.388 ms 3 93.410 ms 93.279 ms * 4 102.026 ms 102.013 ms 103.401 ms 5 101.901 ms * 101.729 ms 6 102.291 ms 102.165 ms 102.435 ms 7 101.937 ms 101.563 ms 102.023 ms

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