if you want to set the SYN bit to 1, please use
hping2 <router_ip_address> -s 8000 -p 8000 --syn
if you want to set the ACK bit to 1, please use
hping2 <router_ip_address> -s 8000 -p 8000 --ack
and so on..you should be able to combine them to set more than one
flag bits as needed.
On 17-Nov-08, at 11:57 PM, Imad Gharazeddine | McGill wrote:
hping2 <router_ip_address> -s 8000 -p 8000
sends TCP packets to the router from port 8000 to port 8000.
However these TCP packets have their control bits set to zero by
In the lecture notes, connection establishment requires that the
SYN control bit be set when a connection is being requested. I am
able to successfully start a connection between 2 routers, but how
can we test the connection establishment between a UML and a Router?
In other words, how can we mimic the SYN=1 bit setting using hping2
or any other tool??
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