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    Question Command for Blocking traffic

    There is a command tool in the BT2, that could block the traffic by ip address and port, (Not script in Ettercap) I used it before, just cannot remember.
    Any one could help to refresh my memory?

    Thank you!

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    Inbound traffic? You'd have to setup a IPTables rule.
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    This command can block the inbound and outbound traffic, after the ARP poisoning the network. I used to use it for network control for unwanted traffic that circulated in our LAN. Just cannot remember........

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    <shrug> I'm not sure.

    The scenario you've described doesn't make any sense to me. If you ARP poison a network then I can't figure out a good reason to then want to block traffic (since none of it is routing properly anyway). This is something that should be controlled via your permimiter FW or physically disconnecting a machine causing problems/your trunk line.

    Maybe someone else has an idea?
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    Sorry for not being clear with my scenario, I use backtrace as a monitor tool for our network traffic, sometimes I just need a temporary block for a certain traffic during the monitor activity.

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