sending through non-default gateway
nick at fly.srk.fer.hr
Sun Feb 6 07:10:59 CET 2011
Dana Sat, 5 Feb 2011 14:13:11 -0800,
Dan Stromberg <drsalists at gmail.com> kaze:
> IIRC, this is an instance of what's called "source routing", and was
> largely shut off after network admins realized it was a security
> 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.
Yeah, I don't have admin priviledges, it's my office computer which is
supposed to be cut of the Internet.
I did a bit of reading on source routing and I'd like to try it. Just
for fun, in case our router accepts such packets. So, is there a way
to do it in python?
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