Arp poisoning / Redirecting to my own machine?
I need to arp poisoning / redirect clients in some how the traffic from the LAN goes to my own machine (not forward to just sniff). Let me explain, I'm inside a network and I want to setup a fake custom service (it's part from a ERP) to steal authentication.
What's the problem?
They do not use DNS queries to arrive at this server (they use direct IP).
They do not use DHCP in this LAN.
Is there a way I can impersonate local users (a kind of arp poison, etc) to make all requests that should go to server 10.0.0.2 (MAC 01:02:03:04:05:06) goes to my machines 10.0.0.26 (MAC 66:66:66:66:66:66) ? Yes, I do not want to forward the traffic, I want to bind a port and myself response to this services.
Any ideas about how to do it in Windows or Linux?