Alright... so I've attempted to (in a similar manner -
::Rex::Socket::Tcp.create) create an auxiliary module that can query for
machines listening on particular ports.  It seems to work just fine when I
run it against a network I have direct access to, but if I attempt to run it
against a network in which I've set up a Meterpreter route for, I get an
'Auxiliary failed: core_channel_open: Operation failed: 10060' error when I
attempt to connect to an address that doesn't exist.  Any ideas why this is
or how I can rescue from it so I can continue on with my query?


On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 7:25 AM, Bryan Richardson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Oh dang... okay.  Well, back to the drawing board!  Thanks for the heads
> up... at least I know now not to waste any more time on this idea. :)
> --
> Thanks!
> Bryan
> On Sat, Nov 8, 2008 at 11:48 PM, H D Moore <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> The TCP "echo" service is not the same as ICMP ECHO_REQUEST. There is no
>> way to route ICMP through Meterpreter right now.
>> -HD
>> On Saturday 08 November 2008, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> > I've never seen that particular idiom for sending icmp packets.  The
>> > first thing I would try for debugging this would be to fire up
>> > wireshark and see if any packets actually hit the wire and, if they
>> > do, see what kind they are.
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