About writing my hook function
baining.zhu at utstar.com
Wed Nov 15 04:02:16 CET 2006
I am new to netfilter.
These days I am using netfilter to make kernel module which behaves like a gateway. More exactly, this module runs on a machine that has two NICs, one connects to internal network and the other connects to a router that can access the Internet. The module will inspect (and modify if necessary) the packets that come from one NIC, then transfer them to another NIC.
I plan to add a hook function to NF_IP_PRE_ROUTING to do this.
Now I have several questions about writing my hook function, as listed below:
1. Inside the hook function, how could I know which NIC the packet comes from? Through the Destination MAC Address that contained in the struct sk_buff? (it cannot work on a broadcast packet whose Destination MAC Address is 0xffffffffffff...)
2. For any ARP request, I want to give a reply of my own MAC (ARP spoofing), which function should I use for send back an ARP reply? What is more, after sending out reply, my hook function should return NF_STOLEN?
3. For some TCP/UDP packets, after modifying some fields (for example, destination IP or Port number), I want to forward it directly to another NIC without passing them to protocol stack and application, how can I achieve this? Again, my hook function should return NF_STOLEN?
Thanks in advance.
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