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if one was to somehow control your local ISPs gateway that managed your entire subnet, would you see all the data that passed through it?
the next question, would you have to have some type of ip forwarding in place as not to create a bottleneck and would your machine even be able to keep up? i have heard (in cases involving RIP poisoning) that if you set your interface on the router to 0, you are telling it you are directly connected. you then have precedence over all other traffic, as opposed to it being set at 1. so has this ever been done--full control over an ISP gateway?
i would like to pose another question that relates slightly to the above: has anyone here ever read up on RSVP and how you can use it to manipulate a network into allowing your packets to have priority on the network as far as bandwidth goes?