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Another checklist item (broken checksums) 2005-01-20
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com)
Attention everyone who had TCP and UDP packets with odd-sized payloads
generate checksum errors! If you get a chance, check out the new beta
(http://www.packetfactory.net/libnet/dist/libnet-1.1.3-RC-01.tar.gz)
and see if that fixes your problem. It should.

--
Mike Schiffman, CISSP
http://www.pac

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Re: FW: Interframe gap 2005-01-20
Manu Garg (manugarg gmail com)
Actually, interframe gap is enforced by ethernet standards. IIRC, it's
96 bit times i.e. 9.6 microsecond for 10 Mbps and 960 ns for 100 Mbps.
If an ethernet interface follows the standards (most of them do) , it
will never skip or reduce interframe gap, no matter how fast you swamp
it with data.

Lo

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Need some help with 1.1.3 RC 2005-01-19
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com) (1 replies)
Hey guys, I have beta of 1.1.3 up on packetfactory
(http://www.packetfactory.net/libnet/dist/libnet-1.1.3-RC-01.tar.gz). I
am having trouble with the libtool stuff and getting it to build
properly on my OS X machine. I've heard reports that it builds ok on
other machines, but I can't confirm. Ca

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Re: Need some help with 1.1.3 RC 2005-01-20
George V. Neville-Neil (gnn neville-neil com)
RE: Interframe gap 2005-01-19
Garg, Manu (GE Healthcare, non-ge) (Manu Garg med ge com) (1 replies)
Neema,

IIRC, interframe gap (IFG) is taken care of by your ethernet interface. So neither developer nor libnet needs to do anything about it.

Cheers,
Manu
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Manu Garg
http://manugarg.freezope.org
"Wake Up! Free Thyself."

-----Original Message-----
From: Neema [mailto:neema.network@gmail.

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Re: Interframe gap 2005-01-20
Neema (neema network gmail com)
I'm back. 2005-01-19
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com) (1 replies)
I have a 1.1.3 tree that I will be releasing soon, I'll be working with
Fred to sync up the 1.1.x tree with the NG tree and include both
interfaces. We don't need three libnet generations floating around.

--
Mike Schiffman, CISSP
http://www.packetfactory.net/schiffman
Doveryay No Proveryay

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RE: I'm back. 2005-01-19
amilabs (amilabs optonline net)
libnet and root privileges question 2005-01-19
Bokor Laszlo (goodzi sch bme hu) (3 replies)

Dear All,

my question is for the libnet developers: is there any method to use your
library without root privileges? We are using libnet only to create
UDP/IPv6 headers. We are getting out the created headers from the context,
and writing them into a specialized file, so we don't use any sockets.

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Re: libnet and root privileges question 2005-01-19
Shu Xiao (sxiao cisco com)
Re: libnet and root privileges question 2005-01-19
Frédéric Raynal (frederic raynal security-labs org)
Re: libnet and root privileges question 2005-01-19
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com)
Interframe gap 2005-01-19
Neema (neema network gmail com)
Dear all,

While using the libnet library , the interframe gap between packets
need to take care by application developer or can set that thru libnet
itself.
Is there any way to set the interframe gap while continously sending
packets.

Sorry for the mistakes & Thanks in advance for suggestio

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libnet NG vs. libnet and Python bindings... 2005-01-18
George V. Neville-Neil (gnn neville-neil com) (1 replies)
Hi,

I'm looking at creating and maintaining a new set of Python bindings
for libnet. How close is libnet-ng to being workable in the field?
I'm wondering which version to support. I know that there exists such
a library for the older libnet but it is not really a complete
solution.

Pointers to d

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Re: libnet NG vs. libnet and Python bindings... 2005-01-19
Frédéric Raynal (frederic raynal security-labs org) (1 replies)
Re: libnet NG vs. libnet and Python bindings... 2005-01-19
gnn neville-neil com
Code working with LIBNET_RAW4, not with LIBNET_LINK 2005-01-17
Karen Pease (meme daughtersoftiresias org) (1 replies)
I've just discovered libnet, and have been working on some test programs to
become familiar with it; it looks great. I've worked my way through a number
of stumbling blocks, and have gotten most of what I have attempted to do
working; however, I cannot figure out, nor can find anything online ab

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Re: Code working with LIBNET_RAW4, not with LIBNET_LINK 2005-01-17
Aaron Turner (aturner pobox com) (1 replies)
Re: Code working with LIBNET_RAW4, not with LIBNET_LINK 2005-01-18
Karen Pease (meme daughtersoftiresias org) (2 replies)
Re: Code working with LIBNET_RAW4, not with LIBNET_LINK 2005-01-19
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com)
Re: Code working with LIBNET_RAW4, not with LIBNET_LINK 2005-01-18
Aaron Turner (aturner pobox com)
Bug#238344: libnet_init(): unknown physical layer type 0x30f 2005-01-14
Domenico Andreoli (cavok tiscali it) (1 replies)
hi all,

many months ago i received this bug report against libnet debian package.

the full report is available at http://bugs.debian.org/238344.

anybody has a hint for me?

cheers
domenico

----- Forwarded message from Enrico Zini <enrico (at) debian (dot) org [email concealed]> -----

Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 14:45:44 +0100
Fr

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Re: Bug#238344: libnet_init(): unknown physical layer type 0x30f 2005-01-19
Mike Schiffman (mike infonexus com)
Ng to win32 2005-01-12
Frédéric Raynal (frederic raynal security-labs org)

Hello,

Thanks to Gisle's efforts, libnetng is working under win32 with VC
supoprt, except for the 802.11 builder (because variadic macros are
not yet supoprted).

ng-050112
- more win32 fixes [GV]
- LIBNET_API exports
- libnet_mode_link_win32.c: wrong 'l->output' set after
libnet_sel

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PATCH: shared library support 2005-01-09
James Ralston qralston+ml.libnet (at) andrew.cmu (dot) edu [email concealed] (qralston+ml libnet andrew cmu edu) (1 replies)
qAttached is a patch for libnet 1.1.2.1 that adds support (via libtool)
for building libnet as a shared library.

Before applying it, rename configure.in to configure.ac, and remove
acconfig.h. Then apply the patch and run autoreconf.

I used autoconf 2.59, automake 1.9.2, and libtool 1.5.6. Using

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Re: PATCH: shared library support 2005-01-10
Frédéric Raynal (frederic raynal security-labs org)
NG / 802.11 2005-01-05
Frédéric Raynal (frederic raynal security-labs org)

Hi all,

Injection works fine under Linux with hostap module :-D

In fact, I started to code a new mode, but after some experiments with
hostap, I am not sure it is really useful as you can prepare the device
to send frames using iwpriv and iwconfig only. I dont think it is the
role of libne

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802.11 injection 2004-12-28
Frédéric Raynal (frederic raynal security-labs org) (1 replies)

Re,

As i am mainly working under Linux, I know that hostap allows to
inject frames to a wireless network. So, I'll start with that.

However, I was wondering what other drivers (on all OS) would we have
to support?

If you have some documentations, feedbacks and so on, that would be
very appreciat

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RE: 802.11 injection 2004-12-28
amilabs (amilabs optonline net)
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