Trace-Route not ending Right

It has been a while where DNSstuff trace-route not ending at the correct location.  Would that has to do with DNSstuff trace-route function or Network configuration.

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  • Hi,

    I have informed the development team with the issue, someone should contact you soon with a remedy. Thank you

    -Ram Esakky

  • Thanks, We still doing the same thing, however,  what am trying to understand is: what may be the reason that CQ Trace ends one and some time two hubs after me.

    Traceroute, Visual Trace Route, IP Trace, IP Address Route Location 2013-10-17 20-07-11.png

    Toolbox _ DNSstuff _ Traceroute Results for 197.123.173.42.png

  • This yet keeps happening from time to time.

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    CQ-Albany-screenshot-cqcounter.com 2017-01-14 16-31-42.pngWorkspaces_032.png

    Both showing wrong location. That is coupled with trace-route link arrives undefined.

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