On the Windows machine, open a Command Prompt window and enter this command:
You should get replies. If you do not, you need to troubleshoot your IPv6 tunnel before you can proceed further with this project.
Record it--you will need it for the later steps.
You should see replies, starting with "64 bytes from...". If you do not, you need to fix the networking before proceeding further.
ping6 -c 4 ipv6.google.com
As you can see, the version is now 6, as shown below on this page:
i = IPv6()
In the Linux machine, in the Terminal window, at the >>> prompt, execute these commands to assign the IPv6 destination address, using the address of your Windows machine instead of the address shown below:
As you can see in the image above on this page, the src address automatically fills in.
i.dst = "2001:5c0:110c:9d00::1"
ic = ICMPv6EchoRequest()
You should see a response with type=Echo Reply, as shown below on this page.
Use these commands to send a packet with your name in it, and look at the reply:
You should see a response with your name in it, as shown below on this page.
ic.data = "YOUR NAME"
Make sure you can see your name in the response packet.
Save a screen image with the filename Proj X10a from Your Name.
On the target Win 7 machine, in a Command Prompt window, type these commands, pressing Enter after each one:
Open a second Command Prompt window and execute this command:
cd \program files\nmap
ncat -6 -u -l 4444
You should see UDP port 4444 LISTENING, on the IPv6 address [::], as shown below on this page.
This creates an object named u of type UDP, and displays its properties.
u = UDP()
Execute these commands to change the destination port to 4444 and display the properties again:
Your UDP packet's properties should look like the image below on this page:
u.dport = 4444
Execute this command to send the packet to the Windows machine:
On the Windows target, you should see the message appear, as shown below on this page:
send(i/u/"YOUR NAME SENT VIA IPv6 UDP\n")
Make sure you can see your name on the Windows machine.
Save a screen image with the filename Proj X10b from Your Name.
Email the images to email@example.com with a Subject line of Proj X10 from Your Name.
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