Some context for my question: I'm currently studying Information Security, and this is for an assignment from my teacher.
For my assignment, I received two IP addresses. I did a port scan with nmap and saw that both of these IP addresses pointed at SonicWall Firewalls.
The teacher said that these firewalls protect the website. When trying to gather information about these IP addresses, I only received information about the ISP.
For example, when I did a
whois query to my target
179.96.___.___, I received information about "life.com.br". According to Google, they are an Enterprise Internet Provider.
I tried to gather more information about possible clients of this ISP, but I could not find anything. For instance, I tried to see the physical location of the IP addresses, but the result had not enough precision to give any meaningful information.
I tried to scan the entire IP range of the ISP (
126.96.36.199/20) and saw lots of services, but my teacher said the other services have nothing to do with the assessment. Only the two IPs he has given us are relevant to the assessment.
I tried to make a reverse DNS lookup, but it's just a generic address of the ISP, which points back to the IP address (
What steps can I do now?