maxTtl — The largest TTL value that can be used (Range:1–255).
maxFail — Terminate the traceroute after failing to receive a response for
this number of consecutive probes (Range: 0–255).
interval — The timeout period. If a response is not received within this
period of time, then traceroute considers that probe a failure (printing *)
and sends the next probe. If traceroute does receive a response to a probe,
then it sends the next probe immediately. (Range: 1–60 seconds).
count — The number of probes to be sent at each TTL level
port — The destination UDP port of the probe. This should be an unused
port on the remote destination system (Range: 1–65535).
size — The size, in bytes, of the payload of the Echo Requests sent
(Range: 0–65507 bytes).
The default count is 3 probes.
The default interval is 3 seconds.
The default size is 0 data bytes.
The default port is 33434.
The default initTtl is 1 hop.
The default maxTtl is 30 hops.
The default maxFail is 5 probes.
Privileged EXEC mode.
There are no user guidelines for this command.
The following example discovers the routes that packets will actually take
when traveling to the destination specified in the command.
System Management Commands