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Old Jan 26, 2002, 10:38 PM
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Does anyone know of a good link for tracing the hits that ZoneAlarm has stopped ? Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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Old Jan 27, 2002, 01:02 AM
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If im right in thinking you want to trace the IP 's blocked by zonealarm, you can use
www.all-net-tools.com
under network tools.
Or you can use ms-dos prompt and type
tracert ip address
i.e
c:\windows>tracert 123.456.789
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Old Jan 27, 2002, 06:19 AM
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[B]Does anyone know of a good link for tracing the hits that ZoneAlarm has stopped ? Any help would be appreciated, thanks. [/B]
I use "NeoTrace" which is excellent! It displays a map and highlights where in the World you live and shows you the trace while it's being done and makes lots of noises.

It then gives you the registrant and network of the trace. You can download a free copy from www.neoworx.com/

Hope this helps.
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Old Jan 27, 2002, 12:27 PM
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uk_trader and lazza, thank you much for your help, it's just what I need.

Hope that sometime I can return the favor.
dustie
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Old Jan 27, 2002, 01:51 PM
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Cool Trace


You could also go to the visualroute server this gives a map of the world and shows where the trace originated from

********visualroute.visualware.co.uk/
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Old Jan 28, 2002, 10:23 PM
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Default Ping - Pong

Most of these 'pings' are normal 'feeling' of Internet routers trying to update their memory of 'where they are'.

If this didn't happen, your message packets could not be 'routed' in the fastest direction, or even the correct direction.

Every packet sent carries a 'time to live' element, if it couldn't be routed effectively, it wouldn't get to it's destination.
(If packets didn't have this 'Time to live' element, then lost or 'corrupt address' packets would travel around the Internet forever. The network would be busy at all times with these 'nowhere to go' packets).

I reckon less than one in a thousand of these detected pings are from a dubious source, and with 'Zone Alarm' installed, you don't need to worry anyway.

Procode.

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