Subject: Re: uipc_socket.c
To: Christoph Badura <email@example.com>
From: Michael Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/19/1996 14:10:15
email@example.com (Christoph Badura) writes:
> >trapping errors is much more important than the (somewhat specific)
> >use of sending bad packets to test stacks.
> I think that these are different things that are largely independent.
> I also think that the networking code should not panic because there's
> some illegal or unexpected value in some protocol header. This is a
> separate issue from being able to send illegal packets.
Right now, the code uses ip->ip_len to decide how many bytes to send.
I suppose if someone made the change which might allow this to do the
right thing and still send bad packets (which I just cannot understand
wanting to do with the native code and not BPF where you have total control
over the socket) it might be easier to see what you want.