A Technique for Counting NATted Hosts (was Re: [clug] How to
prevent port forwarding)
sjenkin at tip.net.au
Sun Apr 23 12:18:46 GMT 2006
Kim Holburn wrote on 23/4/06 8:12 PM:
> A Technique for Counting NATted Hosts
I don't mind being shown up by Steve Belovin @ Bell Labs :-)
Using the IP Id field (or fragment field) is a novel idea - could be
brought down by a NAT implementation that didn't just do it the easy way...
That said - it's a bit of brilliance & would work well enough to be
commercially useful for an ISP.
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