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Subjectip_queue.c and TCP resets
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Attached is a patch against
linux-2.6.11.12/net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_queue.c to put Ethernet MAC
addresses directly into the indev_name and outdev_name portions of the
ipq_packet_msg struct. This is a total kludge and I doubt anyone else
will find this useful, but for libipq IPS applications it allows TCP
resets and other response traffic to be sent out of the appropriate
physical ports when running as an Ethernet bridge. I'm sure there are
better ways to do this, but it seems to work.

--
Michael Rash
Security Research Engineer
Enterasys Networks, Inc.
--- net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_queue.c 2005-05-27 01:06:46.000000000 -0400
+++ net/ipv4/netfilter/ip_queue.c.new 2005-06-13 12:19:17.495865712 -0400
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
#include <net/sock.h>
#include <net/route.h>

-#define IPQ_QMAX_DEFAULT 1024
+#define IPQ_QMAX_DEFAULT 2048
#define IPQ_PROC_FS_NAME "ip_queue"
#define NET_IPQ_QMAX 2088
#define NET_IPQ_QMAX_NAME "ip_queue_maxlen"
@@ -195,6 +195,8 @@
struct sk_buff *skb;
struct ipq_packet_msg *pmsg;
struct nlmsghdr *nlh;
+ struct ethhdr *eth;
+ unsigned short int eth_ctr, eth_dev_offset, intf_ctr, intf_dev_offset;

read_lock_bh(&queue_lock);

@@ -238,7 +240,7 @@
pmsg->mark = entry->skb->nfmark;
pmsg->hook = entry->info->hook;
pmsg->hw_protocol = entry->skb->protocol;
-
+#if 0
if (entry->info->indev)
strcpy(pmsg->indev_name, entry->info->indev->name);
else
@@ -248,15 +250,105 @@
strcpy(pmsg->outdev_name, entry->info->outdev->name);
else
pmsg->outdev_name[0] = '\0';
+#endif

if (entry->info->indev && entry->skb->dev) {
pmsg->hw_type = entry->skb->dev->type;
+#if 0
if (entry->skb->dev->hard_header_parse)
pmsg->hw_addrlen =
entry->skb->dev->hard_header_parse(entry->skb,
pmsg->hw_addr);
+#endif
}
-
+
+ /* get the ethernet header */
+ eth = eth_hdr(entry->skb);
+
+ eth_dev_offset = 0;
+
+ /* NOTE: we copy the source and destination MAC addresses into the
+ * indev_name portion of the ipq message struct, and we copy the
+ * physical interface names in the outdev_name portion of the same
+ * struct. Yes, this is a major kludge! */
+
+ /* copy the source MAC address into indev_name (starting
+ * at indev_name[0]) */
+ for (eth_ctr=0; eth_ctr < ETH_ALEN; eth_ctr++) {
+ /* deal with signed vs. unsigned char definition of indev_name
+ * vs. h_source */
+ if (eth->h_source[eth_ctr] > 128)
+ pmsg->indev_name[eth_dev_offset] = eth->h_source[eth_ctr] - 255;
+ else
+ pmsg->indev_name[eth_dev_offset] = eth->h_source[eth_ctr];
+ eth_dev_offset++;
+ }
+
+ /* copy the destination MAC address into indev_name (starting
+ * at indev_name[6]) */
+ for (eth_ctr=0; eth_ctr < ETH_ALEN; eth_ctr++) {
+ /* deal with signed vs. unsigned char definition of indev_name
+ * vs. h_dest */
+ if (eth->h_dest[eth_ctr] > 128)
+ pmsg->indev_name[eth_dev_offset] = eth->h_dest[eth_ctr] - 255;
+ else
+ pmsg->indev_name[eth_dev_offset] = eth->h_dest[eth_ctr];
+ eth_dev_offset++;
+ }
+
+ /* copy the physical input device */
+ intf_dev_offset = 0;
+ for (intf_ctr=0; intf_ctr < IFNAMSIZ/2; intf_ctr++) {
+ pmsg->outdev_name[intf_dev_offset] =
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physindev->name[intf_ctr];
+ intf_dev_offset++;
+ }
+
+ /* copy the physical output device */
+ for (intf_ctr=0; intf_ctr < IFNAMSIZ/2; intf_ctr++) {
+ pmsg->outdev_name[intf_dev_offset] =
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physoutdev->name[intf_ctr];
+ intf_dev_offset++;
+ }
+
+ /*
+ *
+ printk(KERN_INFO "source MAC: %x%x%x%x%x%x\n",
+ eth->h_source[0],
+ eth->h_source[1],
+ eth->h_source[2],
+ eth->h_source[3],
+ eth->h_source[4],
+ eth->h_source[5]);
+
+ printk(KERN_INFO "dest MAC: %x%x%x%x%x%x\n",
+ eth->h_dest[0],
+ eth->h_dest[1],
+ eth->h_dest[2],
+ eth->h_dest[3],
+ eth->h_dest[4],
+ eth->h_dest[5]);
+ */
+
+ /*
+ entry->skb->mac.ethernet.h_dest[3],
+ entry->skb->mac.ethernet.h_dest[4],
+ entry->skb->mac.ethernet.h_dest[5]);
+ */
+
+ /*
+ printk(KERN_INFO "physindev: %c%c%c%c\n",
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physindev->name[0],
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physindev->name[1],
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physindev->name[2],
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physindev->name[3]);
+ printk(KERN_INFO "physoutdev: %c%c%c%c\n",
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physoutdev->name[0],
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physoutdev->name[1],
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physoutdev->name[2],
+ entry->skb->nf_bridge->physoutdev->name[3]);
+ */
+
if (data_len)
if (skb_copy_bits(entry->skb, 0, pmsg->payload, data_len))
BUG();
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