August 2015

Get DNS query

Hi all,
I need to extract DNS query and response from UDP packets,
Does Anyone know how can I do this?
Maybe this is an old topic but I didn't found details.

Thanks in advance
Dominik

ICMP sequence number

Hello! I've searched but I was unable to find a function that returns the sequence number from a ICMP packet. Can somebody help me with this?

jNetPcap v2 - Architecture

Decode RTP Packet's Payload

Hi every one.

Now I have a project about recording VoIP Call.
I had reused Class TestVoIP.java in jNetPcap source code to get payload of RTP packet, and save them as a stream into a file.
But I have some wonders about initial protocols as well as decode payload which is captured above.
- The 1st things, when I use sample of .pcap file included in source code, everything did well, but when I using my .pcap file I had captured when I made a VoIP call, if initial protocol is SKINNY, I got an error nullPointException, if initial protocol is SIP, some RTP packets has been lost, about 1/4 to 1/3 total packets. In the code, I just saw somethings related to rtp, and I don't know what initial protocols are mentioned.
- The 2nd things, I don't know how to handle rtp packet's payload, or exactly is decode payload to audio. Someone can help me about method, or library, or somethings else about this.

I really appreciated your help!
Thank for reading.
PS: Sorry for my bad English.

jNetPcap v2 - Roadmap

The roadmap is a long term plan for jNetPcap which will help drive our development efforts and keep things on track.

Below is a roadmap to start things off and placeholders for now.

  1. 2015 - libpcap wrapper API release
  2. TBD - develop DPI architecture
  3. TBD - develop L3/L4 reassembly
  4. TBD - protocol packs
  5. TBD - network utility library

I am proposing the roadmap as if there was no other code to be used and we are almost starting from scratch. In reality we have a ton of code already developed (part of jnetpcap and also away from the project.)

jNetPcap v2 - Resources

To successfully implement version 2 of jNetPcap, we first need to take a look at resources needed to accomplish this effort.

Here are the categories for discussion related to resources:

Developers

We need developers. This needs to be a team effort. Since the new version of jNetPcap is going to be modular, it makes sense to assign teams of developers to various modules or portions of modules.

We need:

1) API developers
2) Protocol developers

Depending on someone's strength or desire to acquire additional experience, we can assign to various tasks, components, modules or teams in general.

Testers

Another important way to contribute is to help with the testing of code. This is something that requires less commitment then development level, but is of great importance none the less. If you have a unique set of skills, or access to a lab where you could test for jNetPcap, you could be a huge help to the project.

1) Test protocols
2) Test performance
3) Test OS or HW compatibility
4) Quality Assurance!

Tech Writers

If you have technical writing abilities, here is another way you could greatly contribute to the project. By teaming up with developers and help write javadocs, reference docs and various user guides.

Financial Sponsorship

I think it goes without saying that maintaining a project of this size and scope is financially expensive. My company, Sly Technologies Inc, has been the sole sponsor of jNetPcap project so far, picking up all of the consts associated with it for many years now.

In order to be more productive and reflect the current utilization of jNetPcap in commercial, educational and government space, I would like to announce and implement sponsorship programs which will allow growth of jNetPcap to continue (such as version 2 of the library).

jNetPcap v2 discussion

Its been a while since jnetpcap received a refresh and I think one is overdue. I would like to start a discussion on how to proceed with jnetPcap v2.

recognize ecrypted protocol