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I run wireshark and I see that I'm sending it correctly but my router changes the source IP that I spoofed to the public IP address and I can't find anyway to bypass this. Your NAT-enabled router is doing its job here. If your router has a non-stock firmware like DD-WRT or OpenWRT it's probably possible with some iptables commands to tell your router ...


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NAT is a kludge in IPv4 to get around the IPv4 address shortage while waiting for IPv6 to become ubiquitous. I certainly wouldn't use the word wonderful. NAT breaks the original IP paradigm of end-to-end connectivity, and many workarounds have been needed due to NAT. IPv6 doesn't have an address shortage problem, and there is currently no NAT for IPv6, ...



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