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Re: Fix-for Cisco-VPN-Client
From: Fyodor <fyodor () insecure org>
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2008 13:20:38 -0700

On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 02:43:17PM -0500, Denis Champagne wrote:
Here is a fix for Cisco VPN Client using nmap.

Follow these step and you will be able to use NMAP with Cisco VPN Client

1=c:\>arp -a

Interface : 192.168.2.10 --- 0x3
  Adresse Internet      Adresse physique      Type
  192.168.2.1           00-13-a3-ec-90-9f     dynamique

2=Get your MAC from your LAN interface in my casse it is 00-13-a3-ec-90-9f

3=Get your IP address from your Cisco VPN Interface in my casse it is 172.24.1.129

Interface : 172.24.1.129 --- 0x80005
  Adresse Internet      Adresse physique      Type
  
4=Do the next command.

c:\>
c:\>arp -s 172.24.1.129   00-13-a3-ec-90-9f

Try it you will like it.

This is fascinating.  Does anyone if this trick will work for other
interface types not supported by Nmap (dialup/PPP, other VPN software,
etc.)?

Cheers,
-F

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