Easily confused...

Michael K. Smith - Adhost mksmith at adhost.com
Sat Apr 16 18:43:07 CDT 2011


On 4/16/11 4:24 PM, "Michael Painter" <tvhawaii at shaka.com> wrote:

>Was trying to determine where this 'honolulu' speedtest was hosted:
>
>Tracing route to honolulu.speedtest.net [74.209.160.12]
>over a maximum of 30 hops:
>  1    22 ms     *        *     123.87.93.224
>  2    27 ms    29 ms    25 ms
>hawaiian-telcom-inc.gigabitethernet2-17.core1.lax2.he.net
>[184.105.134.170]
>  3    84 ms    90 ms    84 ms  gige-g2-17.core1.lax2.he.net
>[184.105.134.169]
>  4    92 ms    98 ms    99 ms  10gigabitethernet7-3.core1.sjc2.he.net
>[184.105.213.5]
>  5   112 ms   114 ms   112 ms  10gigabitethernet4-3.core1.sea1.he.net
>[72.52.92.158]
>  6   113 ms   113 ms   114 ms  six.netriver.net [206.81.80.160]
>  7   113 ms   113 ms   113 ms
>static-74-209-160-12.lynnwood.netriver.net [74.209.160.12]
>Trace complete.
>
>123.87.93.224?
>
>inetnum:        123.64.0.0 - 123.95.255.255
>netname:        CTTNET
>country:        CN
>descr:          China TieTong Telecommunications Corporation
>
Well, the DNS name is for a colocation facility in Lynnwood, WA via the
Seattle Internet Exchange.  I can confirm that the 6th hop actually does
traverse the SIX, in as much as that IP is correct.

Regards,

Mike


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