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Short answer: no.

Longer answer: yes, if you control a router device close to the target device (it has to be on the path between the the real source IP address and the target, and on the path between the faked IP address and the target) or if the target network/host accepts source-routed packetssource-routed packets.

Short answer: no.

Longer answer: yes, if you control a router device close to the target device (it has to be on the path between the the real source IP address and the target, and on the path between the faked IP address and the target) or if the target network/host accepts source-routed packets.

Short answer: no.

Longer answer: yes, if you control a router device close to the target device (it has to be on the path between the the real source IP address and the target, and on the path between the faked IP address and the target) or if the target network/host accepts source-routed packets.

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Short answer: no.

Longer answer: yes, if you control a router device close to the target device (it has to be on the path between the the real source IP address and the target, and on the path between the faked IP address and the target) or if the target network/host accepts source-routed packets.