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Re: tc filt protocol !ip





On Fri, 17 Nov 2000, Matthew G. Marsh wrote:

> 
> Has anyone used the tc filter add protocol {xxx} where {xxx} is not ip?
 
I might have seen one or two but cant remember where.
[..]

> Note that these names and more are in iproute2 lib/ll_proto.c. Not sure
> where is the ## to name mapping but probably within the functions there.
> 	

llproto_names ?

> I am trying to see what these definitions imply for the offsets. IE: I
> would suspect that an 802.2 would give me the Ethernet LLC packet but if I
> try to then add in a filter for the dest MAC - which should always be at
> offset 0 - I get no response. 
> 
> Example:
> 
> tc filt add dev eth1 parent ffff: pref 1 proto 3 u32 
> 	match u16 0x00d0 0xffff at 0 classid :2
> 
> I suspect that protocol 3 means raw packet but does that include say
> the preamble for Enet or the SDEL for TR?
> 

It is the protocol id. example id 0x0800 is IP. 
lib/ll_proto.c uses the definitions in the llproto_names to go a2n or n2a.
If protocol is missing add it there and give it a name.

cheers,
jamal