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    Using Nmap..

    Hi,
    For demo purpose we set two lans as following series of ip
    192.168.10.* and 192.168.2.* and in the router machine eth0 is 192.168.10.102 and eth1 is 192.168.2.102.. when I try to using nmap from router it will find the 192.168.2.* but its unable to find the hosts in 192.168.10.* i tried the -e option nmap -e eth0 192.168.10.* but it is not detecting.. help plz..
    Thanx in advance,
    Regards,
    lok.

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    Do you even have connectivity between the router ?
    Can you ping from both networks boxes on other networks ?

    If so , try the -P0 (<-- P null) option, this forces it nor to rely on ping to see if a host is up or not .
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    Hi,
    Thank u.It works for -P0 option. may i know what is the problem in -sT ,ping options.

    Thanx in advance,
    -lok.

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    Take the search function and search this site for tutorials on nmap by thehorse13.

    The normal -sT mode pings to see if a host is up. But most firewalls can drop icmp echo request, making it fail your nmap. But read those tutorials and you'll learn more .
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    Thank you,
    But there is no firewall is running in that system.. any way i will go through those articlies.. before making quries...

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