REMINDER: ICMP type codes

Type 0 — Echo Reply
Type 1 — Unassigned
Type 2 — Unassigned
Type 3 — Destination Unreachable
Type 4 — Source Quench (Deprecated)
Type 5 — Redirect
Type 6 — Alternate Host Address
Type 7 — Unassigned
Type 8 — Echo
Type 9 — Router Advertisement
Type 10 — Router Selection
Type 11 — Time Exceeded
Type 12 — Parameter Problem
Type 13 — Timestamp
Type 14 — Timestamp Reply
Type 15 — Information Request
Type 16 — Information Reply
Type 17 — Address Mask Request
Type 18 — Address Mask Reply
Type 19 — Reserved (for Security)
Type 20 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 21 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 22 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 23 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 24 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 25 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 26 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 27 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 28 - Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 29 — Reserved (for Robustness Experiment)
Type 30 — Traceroute
Type 31 — Datagram Conversion Error
Type 32 — Mobile Host Redirect
Type 33 — IPv6 Where-Are-You
Type 34 — IPv6 I-Am-Here
Type 35 — Mobile Registration Request
Type 36 — Mobile Registration Reply
Type 39 — SKIP
Type 40 — Photuris
Type 41-252 — Unassigned
Type 253 — RFC3692-style Experiment 1
Type 254 — RFC3692-style Experiment 2

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Living near Limburg in Germany, working as a Network Engineer around Frankfurt am Main.
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