What I want to do (on a Windows Box) is to
tracepath using TCP on a specific port.
tracert will ONLY use ICMP. But is it possible to use
tracert in some manner I am unaware to accomplish this?
In Linux, I believe the following two options would accomplish what I want:
traceroute mail.yourserver.com -p25 -T
-p25 option tells it to use port 25 as a destination port and the
-T tells it to use TCP packets instead of ICMP.
Will send a packet destined for port 443 to 192.168.1.99 and will report back to you at which hop the packet got stuck.
Anyone know of a port of
tracepath or some other windows utility to accomplish the same? If there is not an inherent windows solution, is there a 3rd Party solution?