Access to the Internic Blocked -- LSRR, traceroute with ICMP

Speaking of which, is anyone going to implement traceroute
for UNIX which using icmp echo requests, instead of (semi-)random
udp packets, as the ammo? This is one way which I think Microsoft out
did the old UNIX implementations.

   They're not semi (or quasi) random udp packets. They're sequential

   Secondly, current router vendors' decisions to prioritize ICMP echo
   request as dung-level packets means that traceroute's UDP packets
   actually get through at times when pings don't.

   Third, I'd be happy to implement it... but I'm not sure this would
   be a win. I can see the loss (see paragraph 2), but WHAT is the
   big win???

   p.s. The original question was based on Vadim's rhetorical query
        as to router vendors. Learn to differentiate between WISHFUL
        THINKING and routing reality. When router vendors pledge to
        not drop, and properly route lsrr icmp echo request/reply
        that code will be online within 24 hours.