Need help on how linux/unix manages packets

Need help on how linux/unix manages packets

Post by Davi » Wed, 24 Jan 1996 04:00:00



        I need to know how to work directly with packets at low level (if
there's a function library, or how to work directly with the network
card). I want to access directly the packets I receive or send. Please
send me info or tell me where to search for info.


                                David

 
 
 

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If anyone knows of any such software, I'd like to hear about it. TIA.

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