reading from payload from ndis network packets.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by abiola, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. abiola

    abiola Guest

    Hi all, I am trying to read payload content from NDIS packets. I have
    problems with the offset option, my code is this

    struct xx{
    Dword m_data[3072];
    } xx; xx payload;

    Fltreadonpacket{
    packet,
    payload.m_data,
    sizeof( tcp_hdr),
    sizeof(struct ether_hdr)+sizeof(struct ip_hdr)+size(1024), // i tried
    size(th_off) instead of size(1024) but it will not accept it.
    &numberofbytesread};

    for (int i=0; i<16;i++)
    {
    DbgPrint( payload.m_Data); // printing rubbish at this point
    }

    any help will do. thanks.
     
    abiola, Feb 7, 2005
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  2. abiola

    egemen.tas Guest

    What does this function Fltreadonpacket do? How did you implement it?
     
    egemen.tas, Feb 7, 2005
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  3. abiola

    Hannes Guest

    Without looking at your NDIS stuff, I see that your DbgPrint call lacks a
    format string. Try something like this instead:

    DbgPrint("%02x ", payload.m_Data);

    After your loop, add a line break:

    DbgPrint("\n");


    Good luck!

    / Hannes.
     
    Hannes, Feb 7, 2005
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  4. abiola

    steve Guest

    Firstly, what do you mean by "offset option". Looking at
    your code you seem to assume that all NDIS packets are
    ip. Check they are ip by looking at the protocol no in
    the ether hdr. If packet is ip then (as your code
    attempts) you point past the ether hdr and the ip hdr and
    then you will have your ip payload. Your function is
    confusing ... what does payload.m contain? what is 1024
    and th_off all about?

    I suppose the first thing you must ensure is that you
    have correctly copied the packet data from the chained
    buffer descriptors that are in your packet descriptor.
    Here is an example copy packet function ...

    // ------------------------------------------------------
    ----------------------
    unsigned char *CopyPacket(NDIS_PACKET *pPacket, UINT
    *puiBytesCopied)
    {
    void *pvFirstBufVA = 0;
    void *pvNextBufVA = 0;

    PNDIS_BUFFER pBuf;
    PNDIS_BUFFER pNextBuf;

    UINT TotalLen;
    UINT BufLen;
    UINT uiCurBufLen;
    unsigned char *pPacketBuf;

    if (!pPacket)
    {
    ASSERT(0);
    return 0;
    }

    if (puiBytesCopied)
    *puiBytesCopied = 0;


    // Get first buffer from packet and total length of
    all buffers
    //
    NdisGetFirstBufferFromPacket(pPacket, &pBuf,
    &pvFirstBufVA, &BufLen, &TotalLen);

    // allocate mem for one buffer to hold all chained
    buffers
    //
    pPacketBuf = ExAllocatePoolWithTag(NonPagedPool,
    TotalLen, 'KAP');
    if (!pPacketBuf)
    return 0;

    RtlZeroMemory(pPacketBuf, TotalLen);

    // copy in the first buffer
    //
    RtlCopyMemory(pPacketBuf, pvFirstBufVA, BufLen);
    uiCurBufLen = BufLen;


    // iterate remaining chained buffers and copy them
    into our buffer

    NdisGetNextBuffer(pBuf, &pNextBuf);

    while (pNextBuf)
    {
    pBuf = pNextBuf;

    NdisQueryBuffer(pNextBuf, &pvNextBufVA, &BufLen);
    RtlCopyMemory(&pPacketBuf[uiCurBufLen], pvNextBufVA,
    BufLen);
    uiCurBufLen += BufLen;

    NdisGetNextBuffer(pBuf, &pNextBuf);
    }


    ASSERT(uiCurBufLen == TotalLen);

    if (puiBytesCopied)
    *puiBytesCopied = TotalLen;

    return pPacketBuf;
    }

    Hope this helps.
    Steve.
     
    steve, Feb 7, 2005
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