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i've registered hook-function with netfilter(NF_IP_PRE_ROUTING), so i have an ability to watch every packet, that comes from the network. I want to know, is there are any methods to look ...
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- 04-03-2010 #1
[SOLVED] Problem with filtering network packets
here is the problem:
skb->len returns right size of the whole packet, but when i read skb->len bytes from skb->data i get only ip and tcp headers and then some strange bytes(no correct data(i.e. http headers))) (skb have type struct sk_buff *)
Kernel - 2.6.31
- 04-03-2010 #2
Have you looked at tcpdump or wireshark for capturing the packets? They both will caputer the complete packet data and all.
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- 04-04-2010 #3
>>tcpdump or wireshark
It appears, that they are using pcap library, so they can only capture. However i need tools to modify packet on the fly(depending on it's contents). As i know, pcap doesn't provides such capabilities.
- 04-04-2010 #4
Seems to be i solve one part of that puzzle:
if (skb->data_len > 0) then the packet is fragmented(i.e. protocol headers stays in the skb->data, other contents of the packet are situated in some fragments)
skb_shinfo(skb)->frags - it is pointer to an array of fragments of our packet
skb_shinfo(skb)->nr_frags - it is amount of such fragments
Each entry in this array is struct skb_frag_struct(see comment), so, it seems to be possible to get data from different pages. =)
struct page *page;
- 04-04-2010 #5
I've found lazy but simple solution =)
skb_linearize(skb); - makes fragmented sk_buff to linear one. So you can read skb->len bytes from skb->data without any problems with pages and packet's fragments.