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[PATCH] using an interface without IP address 2003-12-30
Frédéric Raynal (pappy-ml security-labs org)

Hi all,

Here is a patch that addresses several things:

- it contains poop's patch, but modified as the IP address is
necessary to resolve device name given as IP address

- libnet_select_device() has been partly rewriten:
- no lookup is made when you are using the RAW interface as

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One only libnet? 2004-01-01
sandr8 (sandr8 blu it)
we've discussed many times in the past about the library name and include files... in the end the decision was: libnet 1.0.2a should never be used any more because it's deprecated... so, let's get on using the same library name, the same "namespace" (libnet_ prefix) and the same include file... so,

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test 2004-01-03
Domenico Andreoli (cavok libero it)
hi and happy new year to all :)

is this list working correctly? sometimes my posts do not get relayed.
i see also that archives have messages that i never received :(

OTOH i'm getting some messages, so i'm really subscribed to it... bho

cheers
domenico

-----[ Domenico Andreoli, aka cavok
--[ h

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[Fwd: Bug#224674: libnet1-dev: Deallocating the result of libnet_pblock_coalesce is insane] 2004-01-03
Domenico Andreoli (cavok libero it)
hi all,

Enrico points out a problem with buffers allocated by
libnet_pblock_coalesce. has he missed any doc? any hint? any fix?

cheers
domenico

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Bug#224674: libnet1-dev: Deallocating the result of
libnet_pblock_coalesce is insane
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003

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control of IP "total length" 2004-01-02
Jon Hart (warchild spoofed org)
Howdy,

I've been trying to get libnet to craft IPv4 packets that have incorrect
values for the total length of the datagram.

Normally you'd pass a number that represents the size of the IP header
plus the size of any payload, like "LIBNET_IPV4_H + payload_s". I
thought it would be as simple as ch

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[PATCH] using an interface without IP address 2003-12-30
Frédéric Raynal (pappy-ml security-labs org)


Hi all,

[Sorry if you receive this message twice, I have problems with my mails server]

http://www.security-labs.org/Libnet/iface.patch

Here is a patch that addresses several things:

- it contains poop's patch, but modified as the IP address is

necessary to resolve device name g

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Re: libnet_select_device(): can't find interface fxp1 2003-12-29
amilabs (amilabs optonline net)
In-Reply-To: <20031217201624.GA17593 (at) pobox (dot) com [email concealed]>

I have gotten the same error message in the win32 environment also. I have a server running win2k server with 2 ethernet adapters. After I had everything running compiled properly(thanks Kirby) and I run a sample app. like udp1 or tcp1 etc. I get the

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Re: LIBNET 1.1.1 compiling libnet.dll 2003-12-29
amilabs (amilabs optonline net)
In-Reply-To: <000a01c3c5b8$ad6d4660$0601010a@netvf09v3k60bdk3>

Kirby, I wanted to let you know that I did get everything working on the XP box. I was using the wrong project doh!!! Now I have the hang of things, it has been so long. Your help and suggestions put me over the top. Thanks again for th

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Re: Libnet on an interface with no IP 2003-12-29
Wu Yongwei (adah netstd com)
What is the version your patch is against? I cannot apply it against
libnet 1.1.1.

Maybe you should use the "-c" or "-u" option of diff, so that we could
apply it manually in case automatic patching fails.

Best regards,

Wu Yongwei

--- Original Message from poop ---

Reposted due to problems wi

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name resolution 2003-12-29
Frédéric Raynal (pappy-ml security-labs org) (2 replies)
Re,

We often use:

if ((ip = libnet_name2addr4(l, name, LIBNET_RESOLVE)) == -1)
{
...
}

A "problem" occurs when str="255.255.255.255", ie broadcast address as
the return of the function IS the address, so you cant make any
difference between an error and a broadcast [1]. That is t

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Re: name resolution 2004-01-03
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com)
Re: name resolution 2003-12-30
sandr8 (sandr8 crocetta org)
Bug #224821: libnet won't open unconfigured interfaces 2003-12-28
Domenico Andreoli (dandreoli netline it)
hi all,

here at debian we have again problems using libnet on unconfigured
interfaces. full bug report is available at http://bugs.debian.org/224821.

anybody has changed anything i that code? any hint?

thanks
domenico

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Bug#224821: libnet won't open unco

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Libnet on an interface with no IP 2003-12-28
poop (root networkpenetration com) (1 replies)
Reposted due to problems with the mailing list ;(

Here's the patch again folks :)

if you are running linux you have to define HAVE_LINUX_PROCFS.... sorry i
didn;t get around to patching the makefile

Tested on OpenBSD 3.3 and 3.4 and also Mandrake 8

cheers
Ste Jones
NetworkPenetration.com

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RE: Libnet on an interface with no IP 2003-12-29
Kirby Kuehl (kkuehl cisco com)
Bug #224821: libnet won't open unconfigured interfaces 2003-12-27
Domenico Andreoli (cavok libero it)
hi all,

here at debian we have again problems using libnet on unconfigured
interfaces. full bug report is available at http://bugs.debian.org/224821.

anybody has changed anything i that code? any hint?

thanks
domenico

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Bug#224821: df
Resent-Date: Mon,

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RE: LIBNET 1.1.1 compiling libnet.dll 2003-12-18
amilabs (amilabs optonline net)
Thanks again Kirby. Especially the quick response. I know I am close, I
went through the same issues with the webteca version and I was able to
get it to work. I was building and transmitting rip packets etc. I will
checkout your attachments. Since you work for Cisco do you have any
ideas on an EIGR

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ospf 2003-12-18
Kathleen Poulsen (kpoulsen cisco com) (1 replies)

I'd like to get in touch with the author of the ospf (specifically the HELLO)
functions; there are a few problems that i would like to discuss before
suggesting changes. the email address
areiter (at) bindview (dot) com [email concealed]
which is listed in the comments, is bouncing.

kathleen

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Re: ospf 2003-12-18
Andrew R. Reiter (arr watson org)
bytes in reverse order? 2003-12-18
Catalin TOMESCU (libnet tomescu com)


Hello,

I encounter a problem using rarpd/libnet 1.1.0.

When I try to boot a Sun SPARC workstation on the network, the IP of my machine it's set in reverse order

boot server: 192.168.1.11

client (SPARC ws): 192.168.1.2

ok boot net -vs

tcpdump output:

(some lines removed)....

0

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LIBNET 1.1.1 compiling libnet.dll 2003-12-17
amilabs (amilabs optonline net) (1 replies)


I am obviously a novice at libnet. I have successfully used webteca's version of libnet to build rip packets etc. I am more of a packet head. However, I seem to be somewhat confused on what I need to do to get libnet 1.1.1 to work. I am using Visual Studio and VC++6.0. I have the SDK and all the s

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RE: LIBNET 1.1.1 compiling libnet.dll 2003-12-18
Kirby Kuehl (kkuehl cisco com) (1 replies)
RE: LIBNET 1.1.1 compiling libnet.dll 2003-12-18
amilabs (amilabs optonline net)
libnet_select_device(): can't find interface fxp1 2003-12-17
Kifah A. (kifah prz tu-berlin de) (1 replies)
hi guys,

i keep getting this error, when i start my proggie:

-bash-2.05b# ./plogd
libnet_init() failed: libnet_select_device(): libnet_select_device():
can't find interface fxp1
although the device is up:(ifconfig)

fxp0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
address

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Re: libnet_select_device(): can't find interface fxp1 2003-12-17
Aaron Turner (aturner pobox com) (1 replies)
Re: libnet_select_device(): can't find interface fxp1 2003-12-18
Kifah A. (kifah prz tu-berlin de) (1 replies)
Re: libnet_select_device(): can't find interface fxp1 2003-12-18
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com)
Generating different packets simultaneously. 2003-12-16
Mathew Pham (good_akuma yahoo com)


Hi,

I'm trying to write a packet generator engine, which will generate multiple flows of traffic at the same time.

I've tried multi-threading using pthreads on my Linux distro. (RH9).

It works fine for about 30 threads or so. After that amount I noticed there's considerable thread lag.

I crea

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