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RE: Different scan ranges yield different results
From: "Sergio Castro" <sergio.castro () unicin net>
Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 16:23:53 -0500

Brandon, 
it was a network perfomance issue; I used -T2 and now it works fine

thanks! :)

- Sergio 

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De: nmap-dev-bounces () insecure org [mailto:nmap-dev-bounces () insecure org] En
nombre de Brandon Enright
Enviado el: Viernes, 16 de Mayo de 2008 02:16 p.m.
Para: Sergio Castro
CC: Nmap; bmenrigh () ucsd edu
Asunto: Re: Different scan ranges yield different results

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Hi Sergio,

I don't think anyone has any ideas jumping out at them.  I thin the only way
you'll be able to troubleshoot this is via -d3 --packet-trace

If you can try to cut down the scan sizes and options as much as possible
while still reproducing the bug go ahead and send the traces to the list and
someone will probably look at them

Brandon


On Fri, 16 May 2008 12:44:11 -0500
"Sergio Castro" <sergio.castro () unicin net> wrote:

Hi,
 
I ran this scan in my LAN:
 
nmap 192.168.75.100-160 -vv
 
and got results for x.126, x.127, x.129 , and x.150
 
 
But when I ran:
 
nmap 192.168.75.150-160 -vv
 
I got resutls for x.153, x.154, and x.155
 
Why wouldn't the first scan, which contains the range of the second 
scan, find these last IPs 150 to 155?
 
I've seen this result in public IPs also. Any ideas?
 
regards,
 
Sergio

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