tcp_dissect_pdus() is perfect and saved me a lot of time.
I used the implementation of gryphon to see how it works.
It would be a good idea to mention that in the developer-guide.
ronnie sahlberg schrieb:
create a conersation for each tcp session to track the
or use tcp_dissect_pdus() which will do that for you.
On 7/11/06, Gerhard Gappmeier <[email protected]>
I have read the chapter about packet reassembling.
It's clear except from one point.
If a server has multiple TCP connections to different clients,
the captured packets can be mixed up from different messages.
How is this kept in mind?
Is this tracked automagically by "fragment_add_seq_check" with the
contents of the "packet_info" structure,
or is the example in the docs not taking this into account?
Is one instance of the "msg_fragment_table" and "msg_reassembled_table
enough" for multiple connections?
Or do I need one for each connection?
I see at least a problem with the sequence numbers.
At least my protocol has no sequence number for different chunks,
so I have to do something like "connection[i].seq_number++" for each
Are there any recommendations?
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