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    by dirv9 ·

    Hi! I’ve just been trying out some commands, and decided to try out pathping. First, I pinged a site to find out its ip address. Then I typed in pathping ipaddress -i. The command started, I got the line 0—my computer info, then line 1—my Ip address,then line 2 started, and a message appeared from my task bar saying my network card was disconnected. I looked at the cable modem, and the light for my connection was out. The other lights were on, showing that modem connection was good. Then I got a line: Computing statistics for 50 seconds…
    Source to here This Node/Link
    Hop RTT Lost/Sent = Pct Lost/Sent = Pct Address
    0 (my computer info)

    32/ 100 = 32% |
    1 0ms 32/ 100 = 32% 0/ 100 = 0% (my IP address)
    68/ 100 = 68% |
    2 — 100/ 100 =100% 0/ 100 = 0% computer1 []
    Trace complete

    What happened? I pathpinged another site and the same thing happened, except line 2 stated:
    Destination host unreachable after the network card disconnected message. After that I received a similar output as above. Is this the way it’s supposed to work, or do these sites have some sort of security built in that I should know about to implement on a network? Any and all responses will greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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