Well this weekend was full of football and since my 49ers are out of the running (and likely for next year as well) I’ve regressed into a Packer fan. Hard not to with Brett Favre running the show. Anyways, while watching the Pack kill the Seagulls err… Seahawks, and the other games over the weekend, I made some serious progress on merging tcprewrite and fragroute. Continue reading
Not a big release, but it does fix a bug preventing Debian from picking up the latest code and also takes advantage of a bug fix introduced in OS X Leopard. Basically, under OS X prior to 10.5, you could not forge the source MAC address AND send a full sized ethernet frame. There was a bug which limited you to 1486 instead of 1500 bytes.
UPDATE: Crap, major bug in 3.2.2 breaks Linux and all other platforms which don’t have BPF devices. 3.2.3 will be available soon.
I’m happy to announce the immediate release of tcpreplay 3.2.1. This release fixes a number of end-user reported performance, stability and data corruption issues and all users are strongly suggested to upgrade. Continue reading
Recently I was asked how to take a pcap and replay it through a firewall doing NAT. This is actually quite complicated since you’ve got to keep in your head about 4 different variables as well as a complicated test bed configuration. Continue reading