AP-100

AP-100 from AuPix

POWERPC Architecture
Operating System Guessing with Xprobe2 v.0.3

[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.4" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Other guesses:
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 5.1" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 5.0" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.11" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.10" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.9" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.8" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.7" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.6.2" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "Apple Mac OS X 10.2.5" (Guess probability: 100%)


Via telnet the following login prompt appears:
VxWorks login:

So it probably uses the RTOS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VxWorks VXWorks

Any information would be welcome..
  • Internal Images?
  • What kind of CPU, storage does it use?
  • Can it run Linux and a Linux Softphone? (if someone fancies to?)


This has yet to be continued.


AP-100 from AuPix

POWERPC Architecture
Operating System Guessing with Xprobe2 v.0.3

[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.4" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Other guesses:
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 5.1" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 5.0" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.11" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.10" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.9" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.8" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.7" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "FreeBSD 4.6.2" (Guess probability: 100%)
[+] Host 192.168.11.249 Running OS: "Apple Mac OS X 10.2.5" (Guess probability: 100%)


Via telnet the following login prompt appears:
VxWorks login:

So it probably uses the RTOS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VxWorks VXWorks

Any information would be welcome..
  • Internal Images?
  • What kind of CPU, storage does it use?
  • Can it run Linux and a Linux Softphone? (if someone fancies to?)


This has yet to be continued.


Created by: epe, Last modification: Thu 17 of May, 2012 (08:15 UTC) by admin
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