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RE: honeyd and cable modem
From: Craig Sharp <Cashar_at_Roushind.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 08:05:05 -0500
You understand correctly. I only have one IP available and that is currently assigned to eth0 via dhcp.
Please explain further. If I have a 62.63.64.x address assigned from the cable modem to eth0, how would I bind that address in honeyd.conf? Would I just use something like the following:
bind 62.63.64.x windows
Do I assign the invalid IP to eth0 and then arpd the dhcp address? The cable modem must see the MAC address to function properly so I am not sure what to do.
>>> <roshen.chandran_at_paladion.net> 12/16/03 10:44PM >>>
>I know that honeyd relies on arpd to use all available addresses in a
If I got you correctly Craig, the problem seems to be that the Honeyd
You could bind the virtual honeypot to the IP provided by the cable
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