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hi, for school i have to block an ip with iptables and monitor that with wireshark.

the result shoul be like this on the terminal: ping 130.136.4.145 PING 130.136.4.145 (130.136.4.145) 56(84) bytes of data. Destination host unreachable

and on wireshark and log http://imageshack.com/a/img823/7972/tqf9.jpg

the question is: what's the command that blocks the ip?? I tried some command but nothing happened. Thanks for the answer

asked 10 Jan '14, 10:12

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edited 10 Jan '14, 10:31


You ought to be able to find all that you need with respect to iptables from sources, such as:

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answered 10 Jan '14, 11:10

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