I can tracert anyplace within the home network.
If I connect my computer directly to the cable modem (eliminate the Linksys) I have no problems doing a tracert.
I could make a bootable network enabled Linux CD, or run Linux in a VM and see what happens.
"Jeff Liebermann" wrote in message news: email@example.com... | On Thu, 05 May 2005 17:24:43 GMT, "DRLev" wrote: | | >I made a very foolish mistake and purchased a Linksys WRT55AG Ver.2 router. I | >now realize the error of my ways :-) | >
| >I cannot perform a tracert using either tracert from the command line or using | >VIsualRoute. ICMP packets are blocked. VisualRoute tells me "There appears to | >be a firewall at hop 0 or 1 that is blocking incoming ICMP TTL expired in | >transit" | | Bummer. Do you have a Linux machine or "live CD" handy? Linux | treaceroute uses UDP ping by default. It can also do ICMP with the -I | flag. Windoze uses only ICMP. Might be worth trying UDP. | | >I have attempted everything that seems reasonable in the router configuration | >including disabling the firewall. Nothing has worked. I cannot do a trace | >route. | | Can you traceroute from your client to the router? If that doesn't | work, then there's something busted on the client, not the router. | Windoze XP SP2 firewall perhaps? | | Not very thrilling output: | C:\> tracert 192.168.1.1 | Tracing route to 192.168.1.1 over a maximum of 30 hops | 1 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 192.168.1.1 | Trace complete. | | I assume you're using the 1.11 version firmware for WRT55AGv2: |
| There is a different (not later) 1.30 version on the international | site: |
| Might be worth a try. | | >Linksys support has been totally useless in this situation. Web, voice and | >email support all get to the point at which the issue needs to go to a higher | >level, this higher level is a "black hole". | | >Does anybody have experience with this router? Could you suggest a way to | >enable trace route? | | | -- | Jeff Liebermann firstname.lastname@example.org | 150 Felker St #D
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