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how to get the no of masqueraded connection by programming in c under linux. (similar to 'ipchains -L -M' command in linux).
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by:jlevie
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I'm not sure what you are asking? Do you mean that you want to know what the external IP is for a host behind an IP Masquerading box (i.e in the private address space)?
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by:abhishekpatel
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Edited text of question.
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by:javadp
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you would edit ip_forward.c and using a array for saving the external packet and change the Src_IP and Src_Port and after incomming packet do reverse work.
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FILE *fp;

char buffer[1000];

fp =popen ("ipchains -L -M","r");
while (NULL != fgets (buffer,999,fp)) {

/* Do what you want with the buffer
 * e.g. print it out */

   printf ("%s",buffer);
}
pclose (fp);
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