Detecting the other IP which exchanges the TCP packet with the given IP in LAN

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  1. agnuruz

    agnuruz

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    Hi,
    Imagine there are N number of systems(servers and clients) available in a LAN. Server A(192.16.70.1) is binded with TCP port 102 with client A(192.16.70.10) and some packets are exchanging between them.similarly Server B (192.16.70.2)is busy with Client B(192.16.70.11) and so on.. Server A,B,C .. are SUSE linux servers and Clients A,B,C.. are hard ware network elements.

    Is there any possibility to detect the server IP by giving the client ip(192.16.70.10) from other server??

    Is it possbile to run some commands like (netstat,tcpdump etc) on Server B((192.16.70.2) by giving the client IP??


    Both server A and client A are pingable from Server B etc.. :)
     
    agnuruz, Jan 16, 2014
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