[Honeywall] Suggestion and request for roo 1.4

Jefferson, Shawn Shawn.Jefferson at bcferries.com
Sun Jul 27 13:40:31 EDT 2008

I think that any tracert would either have to go out via the honeywall management interface or from your management client.  Either way, you would be sending packets to the attacker's machine/network.  If this is added as a feature, I'd hope it would be optional and off by default.

As far as I know, there is no way to get a postal address for an ip (other than the whois info.). I could be wrong though.

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Subject: [Honeywall] Suggestion and request for roo 1.4

Hello Rob,
As a newbie to Honeywall I must tell you I am so impressed with the application. As a suggestion I would like to tell you what if you put 'tracert' command to the destination IP as well. 

On Walleye sebek host information page (whois) what if you display trace route to the destination IP. So it will be more informative!.
 secondly I am not sure whether this is possible but is there is anyway to get the postal address or the exact location of the destination IP ?

Gayan Sahabandu.

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