Re: [fw-wiz] detecting multihomed host

On 7/14/08, alexander lind <malte@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Say that someone on the outside knows all of my 20 IP addresses. Is there
any way that this person could detect that all 20 of these IP addresses are
bound to my one machine inside my network?

Yes, there are ways, some easier than others.

Look at the various papers on enumerating hosts behind a NAT gateway,
think of this as a sort of backwards variation on that question.

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