Commit 4089483e by pdw

Solaris/autoconf patch from Jonathan Abbey <jonabbey@ganymeta.org>

1 parent c7429ed8
Another file that automake insists on.
Written by
Paul Warren, pdw@ex-parrot.com
Chris Lightfoot, chris@ex-parrot.com
Mangled for Solaris by
Jonathan Abbey, jonabbey@ganymeta.org
\ No newline at end of file
Change log for iftop
$Id$
0.13
* Fixed configure.in to properly specify libraries without the leading -l
* Separated the IP/ethernet identifying routine from iftop.c into addrs_ioctl.c
* Added addrs_dlpi.c, dlcommon.c, dlcommon.h to support the STREAMS DataLink
Programming Interface on Solaris
* Hacked options.h, options.c, iftop.c to enable promiscuous_but_choosy mode
which runs the interface in promiscuous mode but filters out non-broadcast
packets not addressed to or from the interface
* Added NEWS, AUTHORS, ChangeLog
* Improved interface auto-detect logic in iftop.c
* Fixed configure.in to not overload prefix in the pcap test section
Jonathan Abbey <jonabbey@ganymeta.org>
0.12 21/05/03
Added 1-line display options ("t")
Added display scrolling ("j", "k")
Fixed code for obtaining hardware address (on Linux at least)
Added IP-based direction assignment
* Added 1-line display options ("t")
* Added display scrolling ("j", "k")
* Fixed code for obtaining hardware address (on Linux at least)
* Added IP-based direction assignment
0.11 08/01/03
Added support for token ring networks
Token ring network direction determination
* Added support for token ring networks
* Token ring network direction determination
Martin Garton <Martin.Garton@DCSTRANS.COM>
Added autoconf/automake build system
Improved network interface auto selection
* Added autoconf/automake build system
* Improved network interface auto selection
0.10 29/10/02
User selectable sort criteria
On-the-fly filter code changes
Shell escape
Alternative resolver back-ends
Improved totals display
Added regexp based screen filtering
Fixed pause functionality
Change option names to be more like tcpdump
* User selectable sort criteria
* On-the-fly filter code changes
* Shell escape
* Alternative resolver back-ends
* Improved totals display
* Added regexp based screen filtering
* Fixed pause functionality
* Change option names to be more like tcpdump
0.9 22/10/02
Now works on FreeBSD
Added service resolution toggle ("R")
Added on-line help ("h")
More fixes to rate display
Improved interface selection (excludes lo:* and vmnet*)
Added bandwidth-in-bytes option.
* Now works on FreeBSD
* Added service resolution toggle ("R")
* Added on-line help ("h")
* More fixes to rate display
* Improved interface selection (excludes lo:* and vmnet*)
* Added bandwidth-in-bytes option.
0.8 17/10/02
Added support for displaying port numbers
Minor fixes to rate display
Minor fix to netmask handling (specifying /32 was broken)
Updated RPM spec file
Iain Lea <iain@bricbrac.de>
Added pause functionality (P)
Changed behaviour of source/dest traffic aggregation
* Added support for displaying port numbers
* Minor fixes to rate display
* Minor fix to netmask handling (specifying /32 was broken)
* Updated RPM spec file
Iain Lea <iain@bricbrac.de>
* Added pause functionality (P)
* Changed behaviour of source/dest traffic aggregation
0.7 02/10/02
Fixed missing sll.h file.
* Fixed missing sll.h file.
0.6 28/08/02
Fixed segfault bug affecting some systems
Added support for Linux cooked sockets
Michael Bergbauer <michael@noname.franken.de>
* Fixed segfault bug affecting some systems
* Added support for Linux cooked sockets
Michael Bergbauer <michael@noname.franken.de>
0.5 26/08/02
Added support for monitoring PPP interfaces
Converted longs to double longs in various places to avoid overflow problems
Minor bug fixes (usage messages, exit on error)
Improved selection of default interface when none specified
* Added support for monitoring PPP interfaces
* Converted longs to double longs in various places to avoid overflow problems
* Minor bug fixes (usage messages, exit on error)
* Improved selection of default interface when none specified
0.4 16/04/02
No code changes
Added RPM spec file
Riku Meskanen <mesrik@cc.jyu.fi>
Fixes to "make install"
Steve Baker <sjb@ambrielconsulting.com>
* No code changes
* Added RPM spec file
Riku Meskanen <mesrik@cc.jyu.fi>
* Fixes to "make install"
Steve Baker <sjb@ambrielconsulting.com>
0.3 13/04/02
Fixed segfault bug.
Added src/dest aggregation.
* Fixed segfault bug.
* Added src/dest aggregation.
0.2 02/04/02
Added -n option to analyse traffic flows across a network boundary.
Added cumulative traffic totals.
Graphs now optional.
UI more responsive to key presses.
Auto-sizing bar graph scale.
* Added -n option to analyse traffic flows across a network boundary.
* Added cumulative traffic totals.
* Graphs now optional.
* UI more responsive to key presses.
* Auto-sizing bar graph scale.
0.1 29/3/02
First release.
* First release.
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
......@@ -292,7 +291,7 @@ convey the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least
the "copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.
<one line to give the program's name and a brief idea of what it does.>
Copyright (C) 19yy <name of author>
Copyright (C) <year> <name of author>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
......@@ -314,7 +313,7 @@ Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this
when it starts in an interactive mode:
Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) 19yy name of author
Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author
Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `show w'.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.
......
2003-06-04 Jonathan Abbey <jonabbey@ganymeta.org>
* Fixed configure.in to properly specify libraries without the leading -l
* Separated the IP/ethernet identifying routine from iftop.c into addrs_ioctl.c
* Added addrs_dlpi.c, dlcommon.c, dlcommon.h to support the STREAMS DataLink Programming Interface on Solaris
* Hacked options.h, options.c, iftop.c to enable promiscuous_but_choosy mode which runs
the interface in promiscuous mode but filters out non-broadcast packets not addressed to or from the interface
* Added NEWS, AUTHORS, ChangeLog
* Improved interface auto-detect logic in iftop.c
* Fixed configure.in to not overload prefix in the pcap test section
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......@@ -14,12 +14,13 @@ sbin_PROGRAMS = iftop
iftop_SOURCES = addr_hash.c edline.c hash.c iftop.c ns_hash.c \
options.c resolver.c screenfilter.c serv_hash.c \
sorted_list.c threadprof.c ui.c util.c
sorted_list.c threadprof.c ui.c util.c \
addrs_ioctl.c addrs_dlpi.c dlcommon.c
noinst_HEADERS = addr_hash.h ether.h ethertype.h extract.h hash.h iftop.h \
integers.h ip.h llc.h ns_hash.h options.h resolver.h \
screenfilter.h serv_hash.h sll.h sorted_list.h tcp.h \
threadprof.h token.h ui.h
threadprof.h token.h ui.h dlcommon.h
man_MANS = iftop.8
......@@ -30,8 +31,8 @@ iftop.cat: iftop.8
## These need to be distributed along with configure:
EXTRA_DIST = bootstrap README CHANGES COPYING INSTALL TODO Makefile.OLD \
$(man_MANS) iftop.cat
EXTRA_DIST = bootstrap README ChangeLog AUTHORS COPYING INSTALL TODO \
Makefile.OLD $(man_MANS) iftop.cat
MAINTERCLEANFILES = Makefile.in aclocal.m4 configure configuration.h.in \
stamp-h.in
......
Hm, automake insists on there being a NEWS file in place.
So, here's one, for the time being.
\ No newline at end of file
......@@ -26,10 +26,17 @@ option to configure.
Solaris:
On Solaris, libpcap does not capture outgoing packets unless it is run on an
interface in promiscuous mode. Therefore, you will need to use the -p option
to iftop to get sensible results. Cf.
http://www.tcpdump.org/lists/workers/2002/02/msg00010.html
On Solaris, iftop has to run in promiscuous mode in order to capture
outgoing packets. iftop autoconfigures to run in promiscuous mode on
Solaris, but will filter out non-broadcast packets which are not
addressed to or from localhost. On Solaris, the -p option merely
disables that filter.
If you have some other sort of system that behaves like Solaris in
needing promiscuous mode, you can pass --enable-default-promiscuous to
configure to enable this behavior.
Cf. http://www.tcpdump.org/lists/workers/2002/02/msg00010.html
The version of curses distributed with Solaris may not be sufficient for
iftop's needs. You will probably need ncurses or similar.
......
/*
* addrs_dlpi.c:
*
* Provides the get_addrs_dlpi() function for use on systems that require
* the use of the System V STREAMS DataLink Programming Interface for
* acquiring low-level ethernet information about interfaces.
*
* Like Solaris.
*
*/
#include "config.h"
#ifdef HAVE_DLPI
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/sockio.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/dlpi.h>
#include <net/if.h>
#include "dlcommon.h"
extern char *split_dname(char *device, int *unitp);
extern char *strncpy2(char *dest, char *src, int n);
extern char *strncat2(char *dest, char *src, int n);
/*
* This function identifies the IP address and ethernet address for the interface
* specified
*
* This function returns -1 on catastrophic failure, or a bitwise OR of the
* following values:
*
* 1 - Was able to get the ethernet address
* 2 - Was able to get the IP address
*
* This function should return 3 if all information was found
*/
int
get_addrs_dlpi(char *interface, char if_hw_addr[], struct in_addr *if_ip_addr)
{
int got_hw_addr = 0;
int got_ip_addr = 0;
int fd;
long buf[MAXDLBUF]; /* long aligned */
union DL_primitives *dlp;
char *cp;
int unit_num = 0;
int sap = 0;
char *devname = NULL;
char *devname2 = NULL;
char fulldevpath[256];
struct ifreq ifr = {};
/* -- */
memset(if_hw_addr, 0, 6);
// we want to be able to process either a fully qualified /dev/ge0
// type interface definition, or just ge0.
if (strncmp(interface, "/dev/", strlen("/dev/")) == 0) {
devname = interface + strlen("/dev/");
} else {
devname = interface;
}
strncpy2(fulldevpath, "/dev/", sizeof(fulldevpath)-1);
cp = strncat2(fulldevpath, interface, sizeof(fulldevpath));
if (strlen(cp) != 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "device name buffer overflow %s\n", fulldevpath);
return -1;
}
fprintf(stderr,"if: %s\n", devname);
// on Solaris, even though we are wanting to talk to ethernet device
// ge0, we have to open /dev/ge, then bind to unit 0. Dupe our
// full path, then identify and cut off the unit number
devname2 = strdup(fulldevpath);
cp = split_dname(devname2, &unit_num);
if (cp == NULL) {
free(devname2);
return -1;
} else {
*cp = '\0'; /* null terminate devname2 right before numeric extension */
}
// devname2 should now be something akin to /dev/ge. Try to open
// it, and if it fails, fall back to the full /dev/ge0.
if ((fd = open(devname2, O_RDWR)) < 0) {
if (errno != ENOENT) {
fprintf(stderr, "Couldn't open %s\n", devname2);
free(devname2);
return -1;
} else {
if ((fd = open(fulldevpath, O_RDWR)) < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Couldn't open %s\n", fulldevpath);
free(devname2);
return -1;
}
}
}
free(devname2);
devname2 = NULL;
/* Use the dlcommon functions to get access to the DLPI information for this
* interface. All of these functions exit() out on failure
*/
dlp = (union DL_primitives*) buf;
/*
* DLPI attach to our low-level device
*/
dlattachreq(fd, unit_num);
dlokack(fd, buf);
/*
* DLPI bind
*/
dlbindreq(fd, sap, 0, DL_CLDLS, 0, 0);
dlbindack(fd, buf);
/*
* DLPI DL_INFO_REQ
*/
dlinforeq(fd);
dlinfoack(fd, buf);
/*
printdlprim(dlp); // uncomment this to dump out info from DLPI
*/
if (dlp->info_ack.dl_addr_length + dlp->info_ack.dl_sap_length == 6) {
memcpy(if_hw_addr,
OFFADDR(dlp, dlp->info_ack.dl_addr_offset),
dlp->info_ack.dl_addr_length);
got_hw_addr = 1;
} else {
fprintf(stderr, "Error, bad length for hardware interface %s -- %d\n",
interface,
dlp->info_ack.dl_addr_length);
close(fd);
return -1;
}
close(fd);
/* Get the IP address of the interface */
#ifdef SIOCGIFADDR
fd = socket(PF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, 0); /* any sort of IP socket will do */
strncpy(ifr.ifr_name, interface, IFNAMSIZ);
(*(struct sockaddr_in *) &ifr.ifr_addr).sin_family = AF_INET;
if (ioctl(fd, SIOCGIFADDR, &ifr) < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Error getting IP address for interface: %s\n", "ge0");
perror("ioctl(SIOCGIFADDR)");
close(fd);
return -1;
}
else {
memcpy(if_ip_addr, &((*(struct sockaddr_in *) &ifr.ifr_addr).sin_addr), sizeof(struct in_addr));
got_ip_addr = 2;
}
#else
fprintf(stderr, "Cannot obtain IP address on this platform\n");
#endif
close(fd);
return got_hw_addr + got_ip_addr;
}
/*
* Split a device name into a device type name and a unit number;
* return the a pointer to the beginning of the unit number, which
* is the end of the device type name, and set "*unitp" to the unit
* number.
*
* Returns NULL on error, and fills "ebuf" with an error message.
*/
char *
split_dname(char *device, int *unitp)
{
char *cp;
char *eos;
int unit;
/* -- */
/*
* Look for a number at the end of the device name string.
*/
cp = device + strlen(device) - 1;
if (*cp < '0' || *cp > '9') {
fprintf(stderr, "%s missing unit number", device);
return (NULL);
}
/* Digits at end of string are unit number */
while (cp-1 >= device && *(cp-1) >= '0' && *(cp-1) <= '9')
cp--;
unit = (int) strtol(cp, &eos, 10);
if (*eos != '\0') {
fprintf(stderr, "%s bad unit number", device);
return (NULL);
}
*unitp = unit;
return (cp);
}
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
strncpy2()
strncpy2() is like strncpy(), except that strncpy2() will always
insure that the <dest> buffer is null terminated. strncpy() will not
NULL terminate the destination buffer if the <src> string is <n>
characters long or longer, not counting the terminating NULL character.
STRNCPY2() IS NOT A COMPATIBLE REPLACEMENT FOR STRNCPY()!!
There are two reasons to use strncpy2().
The first reason is to guarantee that <dest> buffer's bounds are not
violated. In this case, <n> should be the size of the <dest> buffer
minus one.
i.e.,
char tempstring[MAXLINE];
strncpy2(tempstring, my_own_string, MAXLINE - 1);
The second reason is to copy a specific number of characters from
<src> to <dest>. In this case, <n> should be the number of characters
you want to transfer, not including the terminating NULL character.
The following example copies "abc" into tempstring, and NULL
terminates it.
char tempstring[MAXLINE];
strncpy2(tempstring, "abcdef123", 3);
strncpy2() returns a pointer to the first character in <src> that was
not copied to <dest>. If all of <src> was copied to <dest>,
strncpy2() will return a pointer to the NULL character terminating the
<src> string.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char *
strncpy2(char *dest, char *src, int n)
{
int
i = 0;
char
*char_ptr;
/* -- */
if ((!dest) || (!src))
return(src);
char_ptr = dest;
while ((i++ < n) && *src)
*char_ptr++ = *src++;
*char_ptr = '\0';
return(src);
}
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
strncat2()
Similar to strncat except that <n> is the size of the <dest> buffer
(INCLUDING SPACE FOR THE TRAILING NULL CHAR), NOT the number of
characters to add to the buffer.
STRNCAT2() IS NOT A COMPATIBLE REPLACEMENT FOR STRNCAT()!
strncat2() always guarantees that the <dest> will be null terminated, and that
the buffer limits will be honored. strncat2() will not write even one
byte beyond the end of the <dest> buffer.
strncat2() concatenates up to <n-1> - strlen(<dest>) characters from
<src> to <dest>.
So if the <dest> buffer has a size of 20 bytes (including trailing NULL),
and <dest> contains a 19 character string, nothing will be done to
<dest>.
If the string in <dest> is longer than <n-1> characters upon entry to
strncat2(), <dest> will be truncated after the <n-1>th character.
strncat2() returns a pointer to the first character in the src buffer that
was not copied into dest.. so if strncat2() returns a non-zero character,
string truncation occurred in the concat operation.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char *
strncat2(char *dest, char *src, int n)
{
int
i = 0;
char
*dest_ptr,
*src_ptr;
/* -- */
if (!dest || !src)
return NULL;
dest_ptr = dest;
src_ptr = src;
/* i = 0 */
while ((i < (n-1)) && *dest_ptr)
{
i++;
dest_ptr++;
}
/* i is the number of characters in dest before the concatenation
operation.. a number between 0 and n-1 */
while ((i++ < (n-1)) && *src_ptr)
*dest_ptr++ = *src_ptr++;
/* i is the number of characters in dest after the concatenation
operation, or n if the concat operation got truncated.. a number
between 0 and n
We need to check src_ptr here because i will be equal to n if
<dest> was full before the concatenation operation started (which
effectively causes instant truncation even if the <src> string is
empty..
We could just test src_ptr here, but that would report
a string truncation if <src> was empty, which we don't
necessarily want. */
if ((i == n) && *src_ptr)
{
// we could log truncation here
}
*dest_ptr = '\0';
/* should point to a non-empty substring only if the concatenation
operation got truncated.
If src_ptr points to an empty string, the operation always
succeeded, either due to an empty <src> or because of
sufficient room in <dest>. */
return(src_ptr);
}
#endif /* HAVE_DLPI */
/*
* addrs_ioctl.c:
*
* Provides the get_addrs_ioctl() function for use on systems that
* support a simple socket ioctl for acquiring low-level ethernet
* information about interfaces.
*
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <net/if.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include "iftop.h"
/*
* This function identifies the IP address and ethernet address for the requested
* interface
*
* This function returns -1 on catastrophic failure, or a bitwise OR of the
* following values:
*
* 1 - Was able to get the ethernet address
* 2 - Was able to get the IP address
*
* This function should return 3 if all information was found
*/
int
get_addrs_ioctl(char *interface, char if_hw_addr[], struct in_addr *if_ip_addr)
{
int s;
struct ifreq ifr = {};
int got_hw_addr = 0;
int got_ip_addr = 0;
/* -- */
s = socket(PF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, 0); /* any sort of IP socket will do */
if (s == -1) {
perror("socket");
return -1;
}
fprintf(stderr,"if: %s\n", interface);
memset(if_hw_addr, 0, 6);
strncpy(ifr.ifr_name, interface, IFNAMSIZ);
#ifdef SIOCGIFHWADDR
if (ioctl(s, SIOCGIFHWADDR, &ifr) < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Error getting hardware address for interface: %s\n", interface);
perror("ioctl(SIOCGIFHWADDR)");
close(s);
return -1;
}
else {
memcpy(if_hw_addr, ifr.ifr_hwaddr.sa_data, 6);
got_hw_addr = 1;
}
#else
fprintf(stderr, "Cannot obtain hardware address on this platform\n");
#endif
/* Get the IP address of the interface */
#ifdef SIOCGIFADDR
(*(struct sockaddr_in *) &ifr.ifr_addr).sin_family = AF_INET;
if (ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, &ifr) < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Error getting IP address for interface: %s\n", interface);
perror("ioctl(SIOCGIFADDR)");
close(s);
return -1;
}
else {
memcpy(if_ip_addr, &((*(struct sockaddr_in *) &ifr.ifr_addr).sin_addr), sizeof(struct in_addr));
got_ip_addr = 2;
}
#else
fprintf(stderr, "Cannot obtain IP address on this platform\n");
#endif
close(s);
return got_hw_addr + got_ip_addr;
}
......@@ -15,9 +15,13 @@ dnl Boilerplate configuration
dnl
AC_INIT(iftop.c)
AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR(config)
AC_CANONICAL_SYSTEM
AM_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h)
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(iftop, "0.12")
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(iftop, "0.13pre1")
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(IFTOP_VERSION, "$VERSION", [The iftop version number])
......@@ -60,6 +64,12 @@ AC_C_CONST
AC_TYPE_SIZE_T
AC_HEADER_TIME
dnl
dnl Are we on a system that uses the STREAMS low-level DLPI interface?
dnl
AC_CHECK_HEADER([sys/dlpi.h],[AC_DEFINE([HAVE_DLPI],1,[Are we running on a STREAMS system with DLPI?])])
dnl Checks for library functions.
AC_CHECK_FUNCS(regcomp select strdup strerror strspn)
......@@ -68,8 +78,8 @@ AC_SEARCH_LIBS(log, m)
AC_CHECK_FUNC(gethostbyname, ,
[AC_CHECK_LIB(nsl, gethostbyname)] )
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(inet_aton, [-lsocket -lnsl])
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(inet_pton, [-lsocket -lnsl])
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(inet_aton, [socket nsl])
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(inet_pton, [socket nsl])
AC_CHECK_FUNCS(inet_aton inet_pton)
dnl
......@@ -143,7 +153,7 @@ dnl but that's probably not available on typical machines.
if test x$resolver = xnetdb ; then
dnl Best possibility is getnameinfo.
use_getnameinfo=0
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(getnameinfo, [-lnsl], [use_getnameinfo=1])
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(getnameinfo, [nsl], [use_getnameinfo=1])
dnl XXX For the moment, don't use getnameinfo, since it isn't actually
dnl thread safe on, e.g., NetBSD.
......@@ -154,7 +164,7 @@ if test x$resolver = xnetdb ; then
AC_DEFINE(USE_GETNAMEINFO, 1, [use getnameinfo for name resolution])
else
dnl Now see if we can use gethostbyaddr_r.
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(gethostbyaddr_r, [-lnsl], , [resolver=netdb_1thread])
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(gethostbyaddr_r, [nsl], , [resolver=netdb_1thread])
dnl Still want gethostbyaddr_r....
if test x$resolver = xnetdb ; then
......@@ -195,7 +205,7 @@ dnl machine had a working gethostbyaddr_r, the user wouldn't be pissing about
dnl with ARES.
if test x$resolver = xares ; then
dnl See if ares is to hand....
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(ares_init, [-lares], [
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(ares_init, [ares], [
AC_DEFINE(USE_ARES, 1, [use ARES for name resolution])
], [
dnl no ares
......@@ -206,7 +216,7 @@ fi
dnl Ugh. gethostbyaddr.
if test x$resolver = xnetdb_1thread ; then
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(gethostbyaddr, [-lnsl], , [
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(gethostbyaddr, [nsl], , [
AC_MSG_ERROR([not even gethostbyaddr is available
What sort of UNIX system is this, anyway?])
]
......@@ -232,15 +242,15 @@ fi
AC_MSG_CHECKING([where to find pcap.h])
foundpcaph=0
oldCPPFLAGS=$CPPFLAGS
for prefix in "" $libpcap_prefix ; do
for test_prefix in "" $libpcap_prefix ; do
for x in "" /pcap ; do
if test x$prefix != x ; then
CPPFLAGS="$oldCPPFLAGS -I$prefix/include$x"
if test x$test_prefix != x ; then
CPPFLAGS="$oldCPPFLAGS -I$test_prefix/include$x"
fi
AC_TRY_CPP([
#include <pcap.h>
], [
AC_MSG_RESULT([$prefix/include$x])
AC_MSG_RESULT([$test_prefix/include$x])
foundpcaph=1
break
])
......@@ -255,9 +265,9 @@ if test $foundpcaph = 0 ; then
AC_MSG_ERROR([can't find pcap.h
You're not going to get very far without libpcap.])
else
dnl assume that -lpcap is under $prefix/lib
if test x$prefix != x ; then
LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$prefix"
dnl assume that -lpcap is under $test_prefix/lib
if test x$test_prefix != x ; then
LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$test_prefix"
fi
AC_CHECK_LIB(pcap, pcap_open_live, , [
AC_MSG_ERROR([can't find libpcap
......@@ -341,9 +351,30 @@ else
fi
dnl
dnl Wahey! This might even work.
dnl Are we on a system (like Solaris) that requires promiscuous mode in order to
dnl see any outgoing packets?
dnl
AC_MSG_CHECKING([if we need to enable promiscuous mode by default])
enable_default_promiscuous="no"
case "$host_os" in
solaris*) enable_default_promiscuous="yes" ;;
esac
AC_ARG_ENABLE(default-promiscuous,
[--enable-default-promiscuous If enabled, iftop will operate in promiscuous mode to capture outgoing packets])
AC_MSG_RESULT([$enable_default_promiscuous])
if test x"$enable_default_promiscuous" = x"yes"; then
AC_DEFINE([NEED_PROMISCUOUS_FOR_OUTGOING],1,[Enable default promiscuous mode to capture outgoing packets])
fi
dnl
dnl Wahey! This might even work.
dnl
AC_SUBST(ac_aux_dir)
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#ifndef DLCOMMON_H
#define DLCOMMON_H
/*
* Common DLPI Test Suite header file
*
*/
/*
* Maximum control/data buffer size (in long's !!) for getmsg().
*/
#define MAXDLBUF 8192
/*
* Maximum number of seconds we'll wait for any
* particular DLPI acknowledgment from the provider
* after issuing a request.
*/
#define MAXWAIT 15
/*
* Maximum address buffer length.
*/
#define MAXDLADDR 1024
/*
* Handy macro.
*/
#define OFFADDR(s, n) (u_char*)((char*)(s) + (int)(n))
/*
* externs go here
*/
extern void sigalrm();
#endif /* !DLCOMMON_H */
......@@ -222,6 +222,9 @@ static void handle_ip_packet(struct ip* iptr, int hw_dir)
* source and dest arbitrarily (by numerical value) and account as
* incoming.
*/
else if (options.promiscuous_but_choosy) {
return; /* junk it */
}
else if(iptr->ip_src.s_addr < iptr->ip_dst.s_addr) {
assign_addr_pair(&ap, iptr, 1);
direction = 0;
......@@ -384,10 +387,13 @@ static void handle_eth_packet(unsigned char* args, const struct pcap_pkthdr* pkt
if(have_hw_addr && memcmp(eptr->ether_shost, if_hw_addr, 6) == 0 ) {
/* packet leaving this i/f */
dir = 1;
}
else if((have_hw_addr && memcmp(eptr->ether_dhost, if_hw_addr, 6) == 0)
|| memcmp("\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFF", eptr->ether_dhost, 6) == 0) {
/* packet entering this i/f (include broadcast packets here */
}
else if(have_hw_addr && memcmp(eptr->ether_dhost, if_hw_addr, 6) == 0 ) {
/* packet entering this i/f */
dir = 0;
}
else if (memcmp("\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFF", eptr->ether_dhost, 6) == 0) {
/* broadcast packet, count as incoming */
dir = 0;
}
......@@ -430,59 +436,34 @@ void packet_init() {
char *m;
int s;
int i;
struct ifreq ifr = {};
int dlt;
int result;
/* First, get the address of the interface. If it isn't an ethernet
* interface whose address we can obtain, there's not a lot we can do. */