Thu Feb 3 16:23:06 CET 2005
Sorry for asking such question without reading in detail the manual.
Reading twice I understand that option raw in inet:setops has nothing
to do with IP raw sockets.
I will go to jungerl and take a look to the TUN/TAP driver.
Thanks for your time.
On Thu, 3 Feb 2005 11:18:42 +0100, klacke@REDACTED <klacke@REDACTED> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 06:16:21PM -0300, leo lencioni wrote:
> > I'am new to erlang, and I want to write a simple
> > ICMP ping logger as an example
> > I read the documentation and I found that erlang has
> > support for raw sockets.
> Wow, where did you read that. This was news to me anyway.
> > 1) Can erlang generate and send an ICMP Echo request?
> Assuming the above is correct, sure.
> An alternative could
> be to use the tun/tap driver found in jungerl, that could
> sureley be used to introduce raw IP packets on the network.
> To read the packet, you'd have to setup your routes i such
> a way so that return packets find their way up to userspace.
> > 2) Where I can find an example?
> For RAW packets, nowhere I think !!
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