Penetration Testing
Nmap Sep 30 2011 09:17PM
Ukpong (ukpong ukpong gmail com) (3 replies)
Re: Nmap Oct 02 2011 02:37AM
Jeffory Atkinson (jatkinson zelvin com) (1 replies)
All depends on what you are trying to achieve. I would assume that you are not concerned about monitoring devices seeing you have done a ping sweep with nmap. I agree with others a port scan is going to give you the best idea if a host is active. There are Many instances filtering devices can drop icmp or respond for hosts behind them. Open ports and services are the best identifiers. A port has to be open in some form (open or filtered) to interact with in-bound connections. I would recommend a -sS (syn) scan you can opt for standard services or add -p1- for all 65k+ ports. All ports will verify and services/demons running. There are other options if bandwidth is an issue.

On Sep 30, 2011, at 5:17 PM, Ukpong <ukpong.ukpong (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:

> Can somebody suggest the best NMAP commands for identifying hosts that
> are not responding to ICMP ping requests ?
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Re: Nmap Oct 01 2011 06:40PM
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Re: Nmap Oct 03 2011 01:49PM
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