Is it possible to launch man in the middle attacks on ip addresses connected to a different network than the attacker’s ip? [duplicate]

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As the question stated, I am just wondering if there is a way to do this, perhaps using python or kali linux. I am trying to attack my raspberry pi that is on a different network than my pc (I have two home networks).

iOS 12 (iPad) Scoped literal IPv6 addresses

I have a raspberry pi running dnsmasq on my lan with both IPv4 and IPv6. I would like to use the custom dns setting on the iPad to use the raspberry rather than the DNS offered by the router in DHCP and router announcement, (I don’t want everything on my lan to use the pi). I can’t use the global IPv6 address of the Pi because I do not have a static IPv6 subnet.

On my computer I am able to use the fe80 link-local address, but it does not work on the iPad. I am thinking I need to specify a zone index, but I don’t know what it would be. I tried appending %en0 but that did not work.

Is it possible to specify the zone index on iOS, and if so, what format is used?

(Using terminology from Wikipedia IPv6 article)

adding ip addresses in the netbox through api’s

I used this query but getting an error

curl -X POST -H “Authorization: Token fbdae03cf8cf549dcf79910eb0964f35939af098” -H “Content-Type: application/json” -H “accept: application/json; indent =4” –data ‘{“address”:”″,”interface”:{“device”:{“display_name”:”lnl66a-4802″},”name”:”docker0″}}’ { “interface”: [ “Primary key must be an integer” ]

Hyper-V Server 2016: Not able to automatically grab IP addresses for VMs on a VLAN that is set up with IP Helpers

I’m quite new to this whole thing, so my apologies if my understanding of virtual networking is a bit lacking.

I have a Hyper-V Cluster (Server 2016) and I’d like to be able to configure VMs that I set up on this cluster via DHCP. I’m using an external vswitch with these VMs that is set up with a specific VLAN ID. This particular VLAN is set up with a DHCP scope and IP helpers.

The problem is that these VMs are not automatically grabbing IP addresses even after enabling DHCP on them. I can manually assign IP addresses from this subnet and they work just fine, but the VMs won’t just ‘grab’ them. If I don’t manually assign an IP address from that range, it will just be assigned APIPA address. Again, the subnet is set up with IP helpers, so in theory I shouldn’t need to set up a DHCP server on this VLAN (or at least that’s my understanding).

What would you suggest I try next? Or what additional information can I provide?