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Old 07-17-2001
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how i can send the big icmp packets to the another ip for loose connection ....or how he can loose
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Old 08-01-2001
You can write a C program to do this. Or, you can find one of the many utilities on the net that allow big ICMP packets to be sent.

You can also use raw sockets and create the entire ICMP format from scratch!
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