Consumer networking head scratcher

Ryan Pugatch rpug at
Wed Mar 1 18:27:09 UTC 2017

The issue doesn't happen with my previous router, and I've tested
multiple computers (one that isn't mine.)

It doesn't seem like it decrements over time.. it just dies sooner as I
trace further up the path.  I can consistently die at the 7th hop if I
try to go to Google, but if I trace to the 6th hop, it'll die at the 5th

On Wed, Mar 1, 2017, at 01:23 PM, Aaron Gould wrote:
> That's strange... it's like the TTL on all Windows IP packets are
> decrementing more and more as time goes on causing you to get less and
> less hops into the internet
> I wonder if it's a bug/virus/malware affecting only your windows
> computers.
> -Aaron

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