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pom:target:tcpkill [2012/10/12 08:57]
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 ==== Mode interface ==== ==== Mode interface ====
-In this mode, packets are sent directly to an interface. ​It has the following parameters :+In this mode, packets are sent directly to an interface.
  
-  * severity +Parameters : 
-Number of TCP RST packets to send for each matched packets. The sequence will be increased by the window size for each packet.\\ +|severity|2|Number of TCP RST packets to send for each matched packets. The sequence will be increased by the window size for each packet.| 
-Default : 2 +|interface|eth0|The interface to send the packets to.|
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-  * interface +
-The interface to send the packets to.\\ +
-Default : eth0+
    
 ==== Mode routed ==== ==== Mode routed ====
 In this mode, the packets will be routed by linux. This doesn'​t work for ipv6 packets. The only parameter is severity and has the same usage that was is described above. In this mode, the packets will be routed by linux. This doesn'​t work for ipv6 packets. The only parameter is severity and has the same usage that was is described above.
pom/target/tcpkill.txt · Last modified: 2012/10/12 09:34 by 2001:7e8:2221:600:9471:feff:febb:91f7