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Re: nmap 4.01 scan_engine.cc:1828: bool ultrascan_port_pspec_update(...): Assertion `0' failed.
From: "Tobias Krawutschke" <Tobias.Krawutschke () koeln de>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 16:32:46 +0200
[root () krawutschke autoupdate]# nmap -v -n -sP --packet-trace
Starting Nmap 4.02Alpha2 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap/ ) at 2006-03-
21 18:17 CET
SENT (33.3650s) ARP who-has 10.0.5.70 tell 10.0.0.1
SENT (34.4190s) ARP who-has 10.0.5.72 tell 10.0.0.1 !! ~1 second pause
SENT (34.4410s) ARP who-has 10.0.5.82 tell 10.0.0.1
nmap: scan_engine.cc:1678: bool
ultrascan_port_pspec_update(UltraScanInfo*, HostScanStats*, const
probespec*, int): Assertion `0' failed.
I even can provoke this error when I press Ctrl+S for Suspend and wait
a short time and then continue with Ctrl+Q (only in possible with --
packet-trace on) Is this behaviour expected? Should I focus on my
network adapter why it blocks for such a long time?
I have not found a solution yet and appreciate every suggestion to
pinpoint this problem or avoid it.
I tried among the test posted 10 days ago:
- compile and run on another redhat 9 machine: problem reproduced
- compile and run on a knoppix 4.0.2 harddisk install: same behaviour
older version 3.81 (3.30) out of the box or compiled are working.
PS: Thanks for your answer, shiva Prasad, but I assume your test is not
comparable, because it is running on XP, using SYN scan not ARP and it
stopped with an error running out of ports.
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