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Raghul Ram Mar 22, 2005, 05:29am EST Report Abuse
My system set up


Here R1 and R2 are routers.. SYSTEM A forms a LAN and SYSTEM B forms another LAN.

Now, i would like to send a packet from SYSTEM A to SYSTEM B. The packet will pass through the routers R1 and R2. I want to block those packets at the routers and make some change to the packets and direct it to some other machine. The packets should not reach the systemB..
I used sniffing concept, but what happends is .. i captured all packets but i cann't stop the packet from reaching the System B.How to block ???

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Chris McNally Mar 22, 2005, 08:55am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: IP packet blocking
What exactly are you trying to acheive? What kind of changes are you trying to make? If you are trying to send packets to another machine, why not just send them directly to it? Sounds like you want our help to do something a touch iffy......


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Ryujin Mar 23, 2005, 06:07pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: IP packet blocking
if u cant stop it, just end the connection
btw, why cant u use just one router?

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