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How to Stop a Cisco Traceroute, Ping or Extended Ping

Stop Extended Ping or Traceroute in Cisco Router: If you don’t want to continue extended ping up to repeated number of times or Traceroute up 30 hops, you can find below option to ‘escape sequence’ to stop a Cisco extended ping or traceroute is. One way actually works is holding CTRL + SHIFT then pressing the number 6 key twice. Returning to the Terminal Server from Cisco Router: To exit a Cisco device and return to the terminal server, hold CTRL + SHIFT then press 6. Release CTRL + SHIFT and press X.

Cisco IP Traceroute Output Text Characters Meaning

  The table below lists the characters that can appear in the Traceroute command output. Character Description nn msec For each node, the round-trip time in milliseconds for the specified number of probes * The probe timed out A Administratively prohibited (example, access-list) Q Source quench (destination too busy) I User interrupted test U Port unreachable H Host unreachable N Network unreachable P Protocol Unreachable T Timeout ? Unknown packet type