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Old 11-30-2009, 09:14 PM   #1
Anand_
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Given that a client has connected to a Server, can someone point me to working code samples where the headers can be obtained from application space (with system calls perhaps), packets with headers created in application space, and transmitted directly to the client (without the Kernel creating the headers) ?

I think these are called raw packets. Thanks so much for any help.

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Old 11-30-2009, 10:27 PM   #2
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Not urgent---this will be handled when we get around to it.....

We need some context for this---i.e. we need to know the overall problem you are trying to solve.
 
Old 11-30-2009, 10:42 PM   #3
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Given that a client has connected to a Server, can someone point me to working code samples where the headers can be obtained from application space (with system calls perhaps), packets with headers created in application space, and transmitted directly to the client (without the Kernel creating the headers) ?

I think these are called raw packets. Thanks so much for any help.

Regards
Raw packets of WHAT?? What protocol? What programming language? What context? Network type??

We're not going to guess as to what you need. If you can't find it through Google, then you're going to have to provide some actual details, and explain what you're trying to do. And just to reiterate what pixellany said...this ISN'T urgent for anyone but you. If you need **URGENT** 24/7 tech support, pay someone for it. We volunteer our time here, so telling us to hurry is very rude. As is asking for source code...why should anyone else do your job for you??
 
Old 11-30-2009, 11:27 PM   #4
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You have no idea what you want do you??? :-)

may be you could try this
1.open the browser(IE,Opera,etc,etc)
2.type in the top address bar "www.google.com"
3.In the search bar type "what do i want?"
4.Press on "i am feeling lucky"

may be that will help ..
 
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