Ooh, I like that. ICMP packet sizes are also pretty obscure to someone sniffing the wire.You could use a variation on port knocking but using icmp and various packet sizes.
Then the client can use the ping command with size set to execute the knock
Hope that helps
Ok, I may have over-emphasised the "never" bit. I can give it internet during the setup and configuration, but once it goes live it's offline.There is no point purchasing a licence as you will never be able to activate it without internet access.
You might as well use the free one.
/user add name=abc group=full password="dollar\$"
It currently has 2 x 12v 9Ah batteries. I'm doing a drain test and it's been running for 13 hours now with 2 x SXT, RB260GSP and a RB912 (as pictured). Batteries at 22.9v so still some way to go yet.Nice solution and pretty much battery run time. Congratulations. Will it have some casing?
Cool. That works. Never thought of doing it that wayThis should work:Code: Select all
/ip address add address=184.108.40.206/32 interface=ether1 network=220.127.116.11 /ip route add gateway=18.104.22.168