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Re: man-in-the-middle

--- Hans du Plooy <hansdp@newingtoncs.co.za> wrote:

> On Thursday 07 October 2004 23:03, Lord-Storm wrote:
> > I belive you want it to act as a router?
> Yes, basically.  The routing isn't so much the problem, but making the
> box in 
> the middle look like the "other" box to either windows boxes is what I'm
> stuck at.   My iptables and routing skills aren't very good though.
First off don't "BE" a router, that's imposible.  Instead turn on bridging
or proxy_arp and have a good laught.  After that you can use iptables,
squid, dnsmasq, ect however you like.

> > or use squid? 
> It's not for web traffic.  It's software running on the two windows
> macines 
> that has to communicate through each other but not directly.  (the what 
> exactly and why I don't know unfortunately)
> Can squid forward any type of connection on any port transparently?
No, but there are programs who can.  Ssh is good for this, as is two
netcats hooked together.

> Thanks
> -- 
> Kind regards
> Hans du Plooy
> Newington Consulting Services
> hansdp at newingtoncs dot co dot za
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