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Does rtt_timeout affect UDP scans?
From: "Dave Wray" <davew () sec-tec co uk>
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 20:17:57 -0000

Hi All,

If I set a scan going that performs a -sS -sU and -sR type scan (all in one
go), will the rtt_timeout flags I specify affect the UDP scans. I want to
speed up the TCP scans (the host is firewalled) using the rtt_timeout
settings (min, initial and max are all set) but I don't want to speed the
UDP scan up to the point that it is useless due to RFC standards throttling.

Many thanks


Dave Wray
Sec-tec Ltd

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