[TEST/REVIEW] ng_ipfw: node to glue together ipfw(4)
glebius at freebsd.org
Wed Jan 19 05:01:48 PST 2005
On Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 11:16:01AM +0100, Andre Oppermann wrote:
A> > On Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 01:32:35AM -0800, Julian Elischer wrote:
A> > J> If each active divert socket number had a pointer to the module to which it
A> > J> was attached then you could divert to either in-kernel netgraph targets or
A> > J> to userland socket based targets. Currently of you divert to a divert
A> > J> 'port number' and nothing is attached to it, the packet is dropped.
A> > J> If a divert socket is attached to it, it is sent ot teh socket.
A> > J> I would just suggest that is not a great leap of imagination that
A> > J> attaching to a hook named 3245 would attach a netgrpah hook to the ipfw
A> > J> code in the sam enamespace as the divert portnumber, and that a
A> > J> subsequent attempt to attach a divert socket to that port number woild
A> > J> fail. The packets diverted there would simply go to the netgraph hook
A> > J> instead of going to a socket or being dropped.
A> > I understand your idea now. I'll work in this direction.
A> I like Julian's idea. And if you look at the mtag's the only thing that
A> is extracted is the rule number for divert, dummynet and netgraph (your
A> patch). Ideally this should be merged into one tag if possible and not
A> an architectual hack.
When writing node, I was thinking about merging this into one tag. However, I
expected negative response to this idea, from other developers.
Anyone else agree that these tags should be merged?
Totus tuus, Glebius.
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