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comment Drop IP fragments of a certain protocol
As long as conntrack is loaded, -f is always false, because the packet is always reconstructed.
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accepted How do I make netcat receive UDP packets from any host?
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answered How do I make netcat receive UDP packets from any host?
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comment How do I make netcat receive UDP packets from any host?
no, the source port will change at every packet.
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comment How do I make netcat receive UDP packets from any host?
I don't need to listen UDP packets that arrive to any port. The target ip port is specified, but not the source. This is possible as a normal user, and as a side note I've alredy written a minimal c program that can do it, but I asked because I lost half an hour trying to get nc to do it, and now I want to know if it's totally impossible with common shell utilities.