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SubjectRe: Injecting packets into the kernel
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akinzler@gmx.de said:
> but the packets written to such a device have no effect, they do not
> seem to make their way through the kernel.

Hmmm, well that's exactly what UML does and its packets are treated in
exactly the way you seem to want. They are treated as coming from a totally
different machine (although UML, as a complete machine, has a complete network
stack, network devices with their own IP addresses, etc, so you might just
not be making your packets look "remote" enough).

Jeff

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