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nope both sides are using raw sockets.. il mail u the code later.. but i m sure that im using SOCK_RAW on both sides.. what am i trying to accomplish.. well its a long yarn actually .. thought of trying to write a sort of new protocol to enable clustering of various machines and i need raw sockets as well as multicast sockets.. so i was trying the same.. u interested in helping out.. no money involved.. if it wrks we send it to redhat
abhi to sirf raw socket chaalgaya to kaafi hai.. tcp and udp part is cool
and by the way if i use a raw scket ..on the server side and not on the client side.. i still cant do much unless they are on the same ip protocol. look up /etc/protocols file. if i need to see a tcp packet i need to specify my ip socket of protocol type tcp

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From: Arun Sharma <adsharma@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: alok dube <alokdube@xxxxxxxxxxx>
CC: linux-india-programmers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [LIP]
Date: Thu, 11 May 2000 23:36:44 -0700

On Fri, May 12, 2000 at 11:15:46AM +0200, alok dube wrote:
> why should i see tcp headers with raw sockets. both the sender and the
> receiver are sending thru raw sockets.

I don't have a copy of your old mail - but I remember that one side was
using raw and the other side was not.

> and even if these are te headers, where is the actual text?

In subsequent packets.

What are you trying to accomplish anyway ?


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