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    Default Rhost-dial up does it matter?

    Ok so i have a second machine. I put it up on dial up to pen test with. Anytime i try any win exploit and any windows payload or really anything. I get connection timed out. Now i know port 443,80 and 139 are open on that machine and i can ping it fine. But all pen test time out. Is my router on my Lhost maybe filtering the return packets? Or is the dial up on the RHOST timing out? Please help me determine the problem or let me know what other information i need to provide.

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    you are missing some basics here before moving on to rocket engineering. Try regular network communication with the remove host on the specified ports. Then move on to exploit the *vulnerable* services. But really, basics, basics, basics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viso0 View Post
    Ok so i have a second machine. I put it up on dial up to pen test with. Anytime i try any win exploit and any windows payload or really anything. I get connection timed out. Now i know port 443,80 and 139 are open on that machine and i can ping it fine. But all pen test time out. Is my router on my Lhost maybe filtering the return packets? Or is the dial up on the RHOST timing out? Please help me determine the problem or let me know what other information i need to provide.
    Where is the machine located you are trying to exploit?

    Or are you trying to say that you have two internet connections and try to get from your cable to your dial up connection?
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