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  1. #1

    nmap help

    Alright I was scanning a network the other day... and before it got done with the whole thing I had to reboot my machine, and nmap didn't get to finish... I streamed the output into a file and I know where it left off but how do I word the command so it can pick up where it left off.

    Original command (or close to it without the correct ips)
    Code:
    nmap -O 192.153.0.0/16>/root/namp.txt
    So it left off at 192.153.43.41 ... How do I resume from that point on?

    <edit> Oh and is
    Code:
    command >>file.txt
    the way to append to the end of a file... if not how do you do that again?

  2. #2

    Re:nmap help

    [quote author=mcdougrs link=board=1;threadid=4518;start=0#45137 date=1028904489]

    Original command (or close to it without the correct ips)
    Code:
    nmap -O 192.153.0.0/16>/root/namp.txt
    So it left off at 192.153.43.41 ... How do I resume from that point on?
    [/quote]

    im not really into nmap but you could try something like

    192.153.43.41-192.155.254.254

    <edit> Oh and is
    Code:
    command >>file.txt
    the way to append to the end of a file... if not how do you do that again?
    yep it is ..

  3. #3

    Re:nmap help

    Does anyone know what this message means while doing an nmap -O?

    WARNING: RST from port 427 -- is this port really open?
    I haven't any idea

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