TTL Value....

Discussion in 'Software' started by Manikandan, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. Manikandan

    Manikandan

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    Hai everybody,

    To get the IP address of all the system connected in the network, I issued the Ping command and get the IP address of all the system in the network.

    But during Pinging, TTL value for the device (our own product - TTL = 64) and for Systems (TTL = 128 ). And also some systems to have TTL as 64. I am totally confused. Why this TTL is varying between the systems, between system and devices. Who is the originator of TTL? What is the cause for this change?

    Can I use this TTL value to differentiate my system and devices in the network. Is it effective?

    Reply me please.....

    Mani.......
    Manikandan, Feb 5, 2008
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