Traceproto is a traceroute replacement that allows the user to specify the protocol and port to trace to. It currently supports TCP, UDP, and ICMP traces.
|Tags||Internet Networking Security Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release features a general code cleanup and documentation improvement. A number of warnings and sign issues were fixed. OS detection was added to the configure. There is FreeBSD 5.x support and progress towards Mac OS X support.
Release Notes: This version includes ECN support, better ICMP type detection and reporting, and AF-independent resolver functions as the first step towards IPv6 support.
Release Notes: Some of the new features included in this release include AS lookups, several new command line flags, libcap functionality, timestamps with several formats, several environmental variables, a memory leak fix, and a new curses output style.
Release Notes: Some of the new features include AS lookups, several new command line flags, libcap functionality, timestamps with several formats, several environmental variables, the memory leek fix, and the new curses output style.
Release Notes: In this version, new features include autonomous system number lookups, timestamp options, new environmental variables to control behavior, and a new curses interface. This version uses libcap to limit superuser privileges where libcap is available. It also fixes a minor memory leak problem.