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traceroute from 200.145.255.41 (ping.unesp.br) to 177.67.81.10 (177.67.81.10) for 3.216.79.60

CGI script maintainer: Les Cottrell, SLAC. Script version 6.52, 6/24/2015, Les Cottrell.
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To perform a traceroute/ping/tracepath function from ping.unesp.br to the target, enter the desired target host.domain (e.g. www.yahoo.com) or Internet address (e.g. 137.138.28.228) in the box below. Note the fucntion is performed for the target's resolved Internet address.
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Executing exec(traceroute -m 30 -q 3 177.67.81.10 140)
traceroute to 177.67.81.10 (177.67.81.10), 30 hops max, 140 byte packets
 1  gw-pinger.unesp.br (200.145.255.42)  0.534 ms  0.662 ms  0.785 ms
 2  dc-bf.net.unesp.br (200.145.255.45)  0.759 ms  1.080 ms  1.282 ms
 3  asr-rt.net.unesp.br (200.145.0.254)  3.226 ms  3.252 ms  4.402 ms
 4  as268581.saopaulo.sp.ix.br (187.16.223.172)  3.260 ms  2.693 ms  3.193 ms
 5  177.67.81.10 (177.67.81.10)  3.003 ms !X  2.953 ms !X  2.855 ms !X
traceroute -m 30 -q 3 177.67.81.10 140 took 0secs. Total time=0secs. user=www-data