Alexey Kuzmenko <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> There is a kernel module under Linux which is called LIVE-MAC. This
> module provide a sort of arp spoofing attack. It broadcasts arp
> replies for restricted host causing these hosts (basically windows) not
> to work in the LAN.

What an incredibly ugly idea.

> I'm wandering if there is something like above but for FreeBSD. I need
> to disallow any host network activity from the server (FreeBSD 4.8)

Surely there's a better way to implement what you're actually trying
to do; like firewalling the server you don't want accessed.

Even if you were going to try to do this by attacking ARP, I wouldn't
mess with the real IP stack to do it.  Couldn't you could get the same
effect by using RARP or proxy ARP?

Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area: 
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