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this is the code that i made for the raw socket at the client side..bt wen i run this code and try to capture the packet through wireshak there is no packet captured...there is no error in the code...
The reason that your post is not getting responses is due to the way you're asking your question. Please read the LQ Rules and "How to ask Questions the Smart Way" - see the sticky at the top of this forum.
What you've posted is a pretty substantial C program, and most of the members will not have the time to analyze your code and find the problem for you.
At LQ we encourage people to help themselves; with the assistance of the community. My advice to you is to identify the section of code that is giving you trouble; and explain exactly what the symptoms/problem itself is.
Raw sockets require root privileges. Do you have that? If so, then tell us why you think there is no error in the code. There is an error in the way you posted your code. Please use [CODE] tags, especially for a large volume of code like you have posted.
By the way, you are asking people for help, and at some level that implies that the people are knowledgeable and probably educated. Those people usually like to read language that can be found in a dictionary.