In the first case, we have host D as the only reflector.
In the second case, increase the number of reflectors to while maintaining roughly the same total packet rate. One easy way is to use hosts from the same subnet as
D as additional reflectors.

Hope this helps.

On 23-Oct-08, at 7:35 PM, Arin Soyen wrote:


In the first part of the step 6 we have "Generate a TCP SYN packet flood from host A towards host D and spoof the source address of the flooding packets to host I" which means from host A we have to execute the command:

"> hping2 -a host_I_IP -S host_D_IP"

This is all OK until the second part of the step in which we are told to "Increase the number of reflectors for the above attack to host I while keeping.." which does not make sense to me and for which there is no command.

Maybe the first part should say "...towards host I with the spoofed address of host D", because we can execute:

"> hping2 -a host_D_IP -a host_E_IP -S host_I_IP"

which increments the number of spoofed addresses attacking I.Is this what is meant by the first and second parts?

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