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Hi!
I want to use libpcap to capture the packets from network layer,but I cann't find some examples to learn from.
Can you help me?
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libpcap is for packet capturing, libipq is for packet filtering (iptables).

libpcap tutorials:
http://www.cet.nau.edu/~mc8/Socket/Tutorials/section1.html
http://www.tcpdump.org/pcap.htm

libipq manpage:
http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~nakao/libipq.htm
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  Libipq is meant for capturing a packet information in a queue : using iptables and gives the programmer a chance to decide on the verdict of the packet.....for ex: Accept packet, drop packet.

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