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Re: Cannot get nmap working on windows vista
From: David Fifield <david () bamsoftware com>
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 22:02:06 -0700

On Fri, Nov 23, 2007 at 07:53:37PM -0700, David Fifield wrote:
On Fri, Nov 23, 2007 at 03:36:05AM +0530, Yogesh Jagota wrote:
Starting Nmap 4.20 ( http://insecure.org ) at 2007-11-23 03:32 India
Standard Time
************************INTERFACES************************
DEV  (SHORT) IP/MASK     TYPE     UP   MAC
net0 (net0)  (null)/0    other    down
net1 (net1)  (null)/0    other    down
net2 (net2)  (null)/0    other    down
eth0 (eth0)  (null)/0    ethernet up   56:84:20:52:41:53
eth1 (eth1)  (null)/0    ethernet up   56:84:20:52:41:53
eth2 (eth2)  (null)/0    ethernet up   56:84:20:52:41:53
eth3 (eth3)  (null)/0    ethernet up   56:84:20:52:41:53
eth4 (eth4)  10.0.0.2/8  ethernet up   00:18:F3:A2:68:03
eth5 (eth5)  (null)/0    ethernet up   00:18:F3:A2:68:03
eth6 (eth6)  (null)/0    ethernet down 00:18:F3:A2:77:C1
eth7 (eth7)  (null)/0    ethernet down 00:18:F3:A2:77:C1
eth8 (eth8)  (null)/0    ethernet down 00:02:72:42:89:75
eth9 (eth9)  (null)/0    ethernet down 00:02:72:42:89:75
ppp0 (ppp0)  (null)/0    other    up
ppp1 (ppp1)  (null)/0    other    down
lo0  (lo0)   127.0.0.1/8 loopback up
net0 (net0)  (null)/0    other    down
net1 (net1)  (null)/0    other    down
net2 (net2)  (null)/0    other    down
net0 (net0)  (null)/0    other    up
net1 (net1)  (null)/0    other    up
net2 (net2)  (null)/0    other    up
net3 (net3)  (null)/0    other    down
net4 (net4)  (null)/0    other    up
net5 (net5)  (null)/0    other    down

I'm curious about these "net*" interfaces.

Hi everyone. Anyone who has experienced this problem, please try again
with 4.23RC3. 4.23RC3 will print a message when an interface type is
unrecognized that will help us debug this. The message will look like

_ifcombo_name: Mapping unknown interface type %d to "net".

where %d will be replaced with some number. Please send whatever number
you see to the list.

David Fifield

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