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I try to use nmap to spoof the IP address inside my network (LAN) but I'm having no luck.

I used nmap --iflist (my actual IP address on the network is: 129.110.11.58) and went for eth0 for the -e parameter.

nmap -e eth0 -S 129.110.10.11 somesite.com

Which returns "failed to resolve...".

When I look at Log Analyzer, I only see my IP (129.110.11.58) trying to resolve somesite.com, not 129.110.10.11.

I know about Netcat -u -s and nemesis is there a way to do it ? i try all the ways and the logs(dns_logs) keep telling me that ... the UDP packet trying to access to the

somesite.com

is ... my real ip not the spoofed.

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