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> > Can you use ICMP and UDP through the loopback device (i.e., can you
> >"ping 127.0.0.1" and "traceroute -n 127.0.0.1"?
>If you got 'lo' configured with ifconfig, yes.
Of course. I was not asking a theoretical question, but a diagnostic
one. Could _she_ do it? If so, then her kernel is indeed processing ICMP
and UDP. She has already responded that it does.
At this point, I would have to agree that she is either behind a
firewall which is filtering unknown UDP packets, or perhaps her address
space is being translated (this shouldn't necessarily block UDP traffic,
though, but it could).
To the Original Poster: what is your IP address? Have you tried to
traceroute to it through Club Traceroute? It may be that you are running
through a machine with address translation...
-the Fourth Doctor, "The Pirate Planet", Dr. Who
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