sending through non-default gateway

Dan Stromberg drsalists at gmail.com
Sat Feb 5 23:13:11 CET 2011


IIRC, this is an instance of what's called "source routing", and was
largely shut off after network admins realized it was a security
issue.

Of course, if you have root/administrator permission, you could
probably do it.  But if you have that, you could probably just fix the
routing table.

On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Nikola Skoric <nick at fly.srk.fer.hr> wrote:
> Is there a way to create a TCP connection using a gateway of my
> choice?
>
> I have a regular user account on a WinXP machine. It has a DNS server
> and default gateway configured, and that DNS server and default
> gateway don't see the rest of the Internet, just the local
> network. But, I know an IP address of another DNS/gateway pair which
> is used to access the Internet, and I can ping them (and send nslookup
> queries) from my machine.
>
> So, is there a way to tell python "don't use my default gateway, here
> is an address of the gateway I want you to use"? I've been googling,
> but to no avail...
>
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