See this on Windows:
In short, it's Verizon Fios interfering with ICMP as Windows using ICMP, but Linux is using UDP. I also tried Ubuntu on Windows, but got the same results of two hops. It seems only true Linux traceroute works properly with Fios.
1. CountryTraceRoute -
Simple application, not perfect, but seems to be ok. Below screenshot is from the download site, but when it's ran, it shows same information as tracert for #1, #2 hops, but shows more afterward.
2. NMAP - https://nmap.org
This is the real replacement of tracert; it requires to install npcap. (WinCap is no longer developed.)
nmap -sU --traceroute www.google.com
- What is traceroute, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traceroute
- Windows tracert - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/314868/how-to-use-tracert-to-troubleshoot-tcp-ip-problems-in-windows
- What is MTR, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MTR_(software)
- nmap scan profile - https://svn.nmap.org/nmap/zenmap/share/zenmap/config/scan_profile.usp
Windows MTRNote that below is here for reference purpose. Using 'mtr' did not fix the issue nor worked around the Fios issue.
- Usage exmaple: mtr -u www.google.com