Writing a bash script in BackTrack3 for IP Addresses
I was assigned to write a bash script in backtrack which will reveal the active IP Addresses on a /30 network.
Normally I would not have a problem with this, but I just dont understand because would you not need the entire prefix (ex: 192.168.1) in order to ping sweep for a certain IP range?
basically what I'm asking is...
How do I nmap a list of IP's for a "/30 network" as that's all that we're given.