TCP/IP implementation in Linux- Kernel Hooking

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by sathish kumar, Sep 2, 2003.

  1. Iam interested in Linux Kernel Programming especially in TCP/IP stack
    implementation technique and redesigning. I have seen the TCP/IP stack
    implementation details in /net/ipv4/ . I would like to alter it for
    my needs. Like I would like to change the algorithm 'slowstart' to
    'suddenstart'. To change this I just opened the tcp.c file from the
    directory that I mentioned above .But Iam confued to see that code. My
    problem is, from where to I have to change? And which is the entry
    point to do these kind of things.

    How to design TCP/IP stack in Linux?For this how to get/transmit
    frames from Datalink layer? And how to do Kernel Hooking in TCP/IP
    layer?

    Please kindly give some idea about this.And give some links for this
    kind of programming.


    Awaiting for Your Informative mail.


    regards,
    sathish.
     
    sathish kumar, Sep 2, 2003
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  2. I think you should ask this in comp.os.linux.development.system and
    comp.protocols.tcp-ip.

    Stephan
     
    Stephan Absmeier, Sep 3, 2003
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