IP/MAC Spoofing Attack

Created Jan 17, 2019 16:36:25 398 0 0 0

IP/MAC Spoofing Attack

                 Source IP address spoofing is a common attack on a network, for example, an attacker forges an authorized user and sends                    IP packets to the server or forges the source IP address of users for communication. As a result, authorized users cannot                          obtain network services, as shown in Figure 1-1.

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To defend against IP/MAC spoofing attacks, you can enable DHCP snooping and configure IP source guard.

                  After DHCP snooping is enabled, the switch creates and maintains a DHCP snooping binding table. The binding table contains the IP address, 

                  MAC address, VLAN ID, and interface number. After IP source guard is configured, only the received packets that match entries in the binding table 

                  are forwarded. Otherwise, packets are discarded. See Figure 1-2.


Figure 1-2 Defense against IP/MAC spoofing attacks

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