Packet interception / Mangling
cole at opteqint.net
Tue Jun 28 09:22:34 GMT 2005
Isnt pcap meant to be non-intrusive, as in it only gets sent a copy of the packet from the kernel space to userspace? And doesnt
actually intercept anything?
Thanks for the other suggestions, but im trying to stay away from divert sockets, a friend also suggested libdnet, so I'll look into
that today, but if you have any further ideas, please let me know, thanks
----- Original Message -----
From: "Julian Elischer" <julian at elischer.org>
To: <cole at opteqint.net>
Cc: <freebsd-hackers at freebsd.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 2:39 AM
Subject: Re: Packet interception / Mangling
> cole at opteqint.net wrote:
> >I wanted to know if there are any libraries similar to pcap to intercept
> >packets/mangle packets.
> how about pcap? :-)
> There are also two other mechinisms..
> "divert sockets" (man divert) which is used in conjuction with teh ipfw
> packet fileter
> and netgraph (man 4 netgraph, man ngctl, man ng_socket, man ng_ether)
> which can do a lot of interesting thins.
> >What im trying to do specifically is like link compression, and I would then
> >need to check if the packet is then compressed and decompress, and so forth and
> >so on.
> >I would like to avoid having to use a ipfw divert to a port, and specifically
> >check all traffic to the box using a library function or some kind of hook into
> >the kernel.
> >The FreeBSD version I will be using is 4.9 or 4.11, and would like to know if
> >there are any such routines available, and whether it could be a userland
> >daemon, or if i am going to need to write a kernel loadable module?
> >If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, or knows anything about this, it would
> >be a great help.
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