Lab 1.2.3 Mapping ISP Connectivity Using Traceroute

Lab 1.2.3 Mapping ISP Connectivity Using Traceroute

Step 2: Interpret tracert outputs to determine ISP connectivity
1) What is the IP address of your local POP router? 1. 222.124.3.9
2) How many hops did the traceroute packet take on its journey from the host computer to the destination? 30 hops
3) How many different ISPs did the traceroute packet pass through on its journey from the host computer to the destination? 3 different isp

c. Compare your results from the different traceroute output files. Did your ISP connect to different ISPs to reach different destinations? Yes, My ISP connect to different ISPs to reach different destinations

d. If you ran a traceroute from a different computer network, check the output for that traceroute file as well. Was the number of hops different to reach the same destination from different local ISPs? Which ISP was able to reach the destination in fewer hops? 209.85.254.168

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