If you have several machines connected to a router, you can fool the router into thinking that something came from a different (legitimate) machine.....I guess those are internal addresses as they are 198.xxx.xxx.xxx? (at least mine are).
From your ISP I don't think so............it just uses the router's IP address..........mess with that and you won't get a reply, so no connection? As far as I am aware if I am at 935 Pennsylvania Avenue and have an IP addy allocated to that, and I spoof a message from the IP for 1600...........I won't get the reply, but Mr Obama will? :D:eek:
NOTE: I am just going by how my stuff seems to work over here in the UK.
I have no idea how a VM is handled..............I guess my stuff would just look at the machine, and not worry about the OS.........after all, a router just does what it says..........it directs traffic. I guess the question is whether the VM just allows a different OS on the same hardware, or whether it presents itself as a new device to the outside world?
I do not run VM, so I don't know for sure. The answer might also be different for Cat5/RJ45 connections as opposed to wireless? I believe that 2 of my wireless connectors can also act a sub-routers???
It might help if you could suggest some sort of hypothetical scenario? :)
Please don't be surprised if you don't get a reply other than this.........your spoofing question really is a completely different issue, that merits a new thread.;)