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nepenthes for multiple ip addresses

nepenthes for multiple ip addresses

Posted by Viktor on Apr 18

Hello!

I’m running nepenthes on a debian OS at an universiry network with a fix IP. I managed to get a high number of unused IP addresses from the university network administrator, all traffic from these are routed to my computer. Now i’m having 200 packet/s income rate, but nepenthes only looks…

URL: http://seclists.org/honeypots/2009/q2/0006.html

3 Comments

  1. "Honeypots (honeypots) Mailing List" says:

    Re: nepenthes for multiple ip addresses

    Posted by Sushant Sinha on Apr 18

    Did you try arpd to get packets to your box?

    -sushant.

    On Sat, 2009-04-18 at 17:17 +0200, Viktor wrote:
    > Hello!
    >
    > I’m running nepenthes on a debian OS at an universiry network with a fix IP. I managed to get a high number of unused IP addresses from the university network…

    URL: http://seclists.org/honeypots/2009/q2/0007.html

  2. "Honeypots (honeypots) Mailing List" says:

    Re: nepenthes for multiple ip addresses

    Posted by Gergely RÃvay on Apr 19

    Hi,

    If there is no address translation in the routing process then you
    should have alias interfaces for those IPs which you want to listen
    on.

    For instance if the 192.168.1.0/24 network is redirected to your
    computer then you should use a command like this:

    $ for i in `seq 2 254`; do sudo…

    URL: http://seclists.org/honeypots/2009/q2/0008.html

  3. "Honeypots (honeypots) Mailing List" says:

    Re: nepenthes for multiple ip addresses

    Posted by Viktor on Apr 19

    Thanks for all the answers, i have profited a lot from them! Let me
    answer for each reply in one mail.

    Kashyap Timmaraju wrote:
    > The reason you need arpd is because you have to bind the unused IP
    > addresses to a MAC address in this case it will be your MAC
    > address(how else can u…

    URL: http://seclists.org/honeypots/2009/q2/0009.html

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