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[ASK] Checking Ip Range using NMAP

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by ironm4n, Apr 26, 2014.

  1. ironm4n

    ironm4n Newbie

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    Dear Master

    I am a newbie for using nmap. I want to ask if i want to scan ip range from this:

    Code:
     123.55.0.0 to 123.55.255.255 
    using nmap and with this code
    Code:
     nmap -sV -v 123.55.0.0 to 123.55.255.255 
    Many this code not working as they say no host found or proxy.. my question are what code to write in nmap so i can know what ip:port that a live? what my expetation are this code will gave me result like this [example] : 123.55.244.80: 80 or 8080 or 18123or etc.
    Second question its nmap are best software for doing this because i tried to searching using nmap and found sometimes it take a lot of time to scanning some 1 proxy. (more than 1 hour). I doing this scan using wifi connection not using vps or server host.

    Thank you
     
  2. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    a range of that size should take a few mins on tcp scan
    problem is knowing what port number to use or it or the rest
    is a waste
     
  3. ironm4n

    ironm4n Newbie

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    Thank you for your respond. So what code i should use? or any tools that i can doing to make simple for me?
     
  4. auxiliarus

    auxiliarus Regular Member

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    You would use a code like this -
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    [COLOR=#FFFFCC]nmap -sV -v 127.0.0.0-255 [/COLOR]
    It will scan from 127.0.0.0 to 127.0.0.255.
     
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  5. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Is nmap multi-threaded? Not sure but if it's not, that should be the problem.
    Also i will only search for the ports that are commonly used for proxy and not search the whole range.
    I use angry IP scanner and it is pretty fast IMO. Never really tried NMAP so can't say..
     
  6. auxiliarus

    auxiliarus Regular Member

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    Totally agree with you about Angry IP Scanner, I use both but if I need some real fast scanning then I use Angry IP Scanner, I use nmap for few other reasons, one of them is OS identification and etc...
    And it's easy to scan multiple ranged with it.
     
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  7. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    There is a previous version of AIS ( 2.13 or something do not remember) which also detects OS, MAC ID etc. Just increase the columns from settings.
     
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  8. ironm4n

    ironm4n Newbie

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    -auxiliarus

    Thank you for your respond. In fact i already used thats code, but sometime it nothing to show and with result the host are down.. but when checking using code like this:
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    nmap -Pn 127.0.0.0.255
    it will show host up so i think nmap its not multithread...

    -g0g0l thank you to for the information.. if angry Ip scanner can doit multihread? i will check it. thanx
     
  9. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Yes dude it's multi-threaded and I run 100-150 threads without a problem.
     
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