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Based on this question and its answer, you have to do the following: remove iptables entries. arpspoof -i wlan0 -t 192.168.2.117 -r 192.168.2.254 arpspoof -i wlan0 -t 192.168.2.254 192.168.2.117 notice the -r flag.


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No, if you wanted to scan a whole subnet your computer is basically sending out packets saying Who has 192.168.1.0? Who has 192.168.1.1? Who has 192.168.1.2? Who has 192.168.1.3? and this might be noticed should sufficient monitoring be in place. A way to circumvent this is to run a passive scan using something like netdiscover. This can listen for ARP ...


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The definition of stealthy is bounded to who is monitoring the network. In general, you can use ARP ping using some automated tool like nmap. It's more faster and reliable than normal IP ping scan. can you exploit the ARP protocol in order to scan stealthily? Normally, ARP activity on LAN is legit, but if you were intense and aggressive in your scan, ...



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