2005年1月22日

Linux kernel: Network packet generator

これも、前から知ってはいたのだが、改めてmake menuconfigしていて再認識した。
各種テスト用にやってみるか。

Network packet generator
CONFIG_NET_PKTGEN
  This module will inject preconfigured packets, at a configurable
  rate, out of a given interface.  It is used for network interface
  stress testing and performance analysis.  If you don't understand
  what was just said, you don't need it: say N.

  Documentation on how to use the packet generator can be found
  at .

$ more pktgen.txt
How to use the Linux packet generator module.

1. Enable CONFIG_NET_PKTGEN to compile and build pktgen.o, install it
   in the place where insmod may find it.
2. Cut script "ipg" (see below).
3. Edit script to set preferred device and destination IP address.
3a.  Create more scripts for different interfaces.  Up to thirty-two
     pktgen processes can be configured and run at once by using the
     32 /proc/net/pktgen/pg* files.
4. Run in shell: ". ipg"
5. After this two commands are defined:
   A. "pg" to start generator and to get results.
   B. "pgset" to change generator parameters. F.e.
      pgset "multiskb 1"      use multiple SKBs for packet generation
      pgset "multiskb 0"      use single SKB for all transmits
      pgset "pkt_size 9014"   sets packet size to 9014
      pgset "frags 5"         packet will consist of 5 fragments
      pgset "count 200000"    sets number of packets to send, set to zero
                              for continious sends untill explicitly
                              stopped.
      pgset "ipg 5000"        sets artificial gap inserted between packets
                              to 5000 nanoseconds
      pgset "dst 10.0.0.1"    sets IP destination address
                              (BEWARE! This generator is very aggressive!)
      pgset "dst_min 10.0.0.1"            Same as dst
      pgset "dst_max 10.0.0.254"          Set the maximum destination IP.
      pgset "src_min 10.0.0.1"            Set the minimum (or only) source IP.
      pgset "src_max 10.0.0.254"          Set the maximum source IP.
      pgset "dstmac 00:00:00:00:00:00"    sets MAC destination address
      pgset "srcmac 00:00:00:00:00:00"    sets MAC source address
      pgset "src_mac_count 1" Sets the number of MACs we'll range through.  The
                              'minimum' MAC is what you set with srcmac.
      pgset "dst_mac_count 1" Sets the number of MACs we'll range through.  The
                              'minimum' MAC is what you set with dstmac.
      pgset "flag [name]"     Set a flag to determine behaviour.  Current flags
                              are: IPSRC_RND #IP Source is random (between min/max),
                                   IPDST_RND, UDPSRC_RND,
                                   UDPDST_RND, MACSRC_RND, MACDST_RND
      pgset "udp_src_min 9"   set UDP source port min, If < udp_src_max, then
                              cycle through the port range.
      pgset "udp_src_max 9"   set UDP source port max.
      pgset "udp_dst_min 9"   set UDP destination port min, If < udp_dst_max, then
                              cycle through the port range.
      pgset "udp_dst_max 9"   set UDP destination port max.
      pgset stop              aborts injection

  Also, ^C aborts generator.

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#! /bin/sh

modprobe pktgen

PGDEV=/proc/net/pktgen/pg0

function pgset() {
    local result

    echo $1 > $PGDEV

    result=`cat $PGDEV | fgrep "Result: OK:"`
    if [ "$result" = "" ]; then
         cat $PGDEV | fgrep Result:
    fi
}

function pg() {
    echo inject > $PGDEV
    cat $PGDEV
}

pgset "odev eth0"
pgset "dst 0.0.0.0"

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投稿者 his : 2005年1月22日 03:11
このエントリーのトラックバックURL: http://hoop.euqset.org/blog/mt-tb2006.cgi/934
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