Net::Packet::DescL4 - object for a transport layer (layer 4) descriptor
require Net::Packet::DescL4; # Get NP_DESC_* constants use Net::Packet::Consts qw(:desc :layer); # Usually, you use it to send TCP and UDP frames over IPv4 my $d4 = Net::Packet::DescL4->new( target => '192.168.0.1', protocol => NP_DESC_IPPROTO_TCP, family => NP_LAYER_IPv4, ); $d4->send($rawStringToNetwork);
See also Net::Packet::Desc for other attributes and methods.
IPv4 address of the target host. You must set it to be able to send frames.
Transport protocol to use, see NP_DESC_IPPROTO_* constants in Net::Packet::Desc. You must set it to be able to send frames.
The family address of target attribute. It is either NP_LAYER_IPv4 or NP_LAYER_IPv6.
Create the object, using default $Env object values for dev, ip, ip6 and mac (see Net::Packet::Env). When the object is created, the $Env global object has its desc attributes set to it. You can avoid this behaviour by setting noDescAutoSet in $Env object (see Net::Packet::Env).
Default values for attributes:
Helper method to know about the layer 3 type.
Returns if the protocol attribute is of specified type.
Patrice <GomoR> Auffret
Copyright (c) 2004-2015, Patrice <GomoR> Auffret
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