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Not so long ago I wrote ethernet packet crafting tool to test some peculiar iptables and arptables rules. Later I used it to create icmp6 packets to test custom IPv6 stack implementation.
After a while I thought it might be usefull tool for someone else too, so I made it publicly available. However I am more of a SW than ui/guide writer... Well, I am afraid the tools documentation may not be that clear..
i would be really happy if someone wants to check out the description at my blog, or manpages (most recent man is in downloadable package) and give me some feedback.
Furthermore, I just put up new release today, which has not been tested too well. It would be great to hear if someone actually used the SW - especially because I added experimental support for sending captured packets using pcap file (libpcap - capture files written by many popular sniffers like tcpdump or wireshark). When I added support for pcap I also largely rewrote other packet file parsers... So hearing from successfull and unsuccessfull runs would be great =)