STUN Traceroute
draft-martinsen-tram-stuntrace-01

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Abstract

After a UDP protocol such as RTP determines a network path is experiencing problems, a traceroute is often useful to determine which router or which link is contributing to the problem. However, operating system traceroute commands follow a different path than the actual UDP flow which complicates troubleshooting. A superior method is shown which is absolutely path-congruent with the UDP protocol itself, works on IPv4 and IPv6, and does not require administrative privileges on most operating systems.

Authors

Paal-Erik Martinsen (palmarti@cisco.com)
Dan Wing (dwing@cisco.com)

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