[ipv6hackers] Difficulty with scan6
tim-security at sentinelchicken.org
Tue Oct 29 18:19:51 CET 2013
Thanks for the suggestion. However, what I need to do is scan for
*likely* hosts within a v6 range. The range I have to scan is far too
large to try all of them, so I wanted use scan6's ability to pick out
the most likely addresses.
Can alive6 do this? I don't see any documentation on that, but
perhaps I missed something.
On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 09:36:29AM +0100, Marc Heuse wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> you can also use alive6 from the thc-ipv6 package (www.thc.org/thc-ipv6).
> The following command does what you wanted to do with scan6:
> alive6 -v -I 2600:2201::a2a2:a111:b1b1:b1be eth0
> note: -I 2600: ... is a capital "i"
> On 28.10.2013 23:30, Tim wrote:
> > Thanks for the suggestion. However, -O2 isn't in the build routines
> > in the version I have...
> > tim
> > On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 08:35:52AM +0100, Safuat Hamdy wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I once had similar trouble with scan6; switching off -O2 for the build
> >> helped.
> >> Am 25.10.2013 19:35, schrieb Tim:
> >>> Hello,
> >>> I'm trying to use Fernando's IPv6 Toolkit for the first time and have
> >>> run into trouble with the scan6 tool. I'm trying to run a simple
> >>> remote scan like this:
> >>> # scan6 -d 2600:54:b000::111:0/112 -v -v -i eth0 -s 2600:2201::a2a2:a111:b1b1:b1be
> >>> Error while performing Neighbor Discovery for the Destination Address
> >>> Error while learning Souce Address and Next Hop
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