The first hop outside your LAN is Hop 2 of a tracert. Hop 1 is the entry/exit point of your LAN and part of it, I believe you have simply misunderstood what MrSaffron requested.
If the address you hid started with 192.168.... then it is part of your LAN. See this link
. Endind with .254 instead of .1 is also very common. Ending in .0 is also frequently seen.
The router then assigns a LAN address to every piece of your kit that you connect to it to form your LAN. Think of the router being a tree with its root being the external internet and it's branches being your LAN. Because of that relationship all addresses on your LAN also start with 192.168.1 or 192.168.0.
If you took that 192.168. address to be the first hop outside your LAN, you were mistaken.
Anyway, if you still refuse to give a simple copy and paste of a tracert to bbc.co.uk with no pre-editing then nobody here can help. I won't even try any more.
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Edited by RobertoS (Sat 06-May-17 01:36:00)