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Old 10-10-2007
What do other people currently get if they go to that same URL?

Does his only work if he browses from the same physical machine? (eg src-ip and desc-ip are the same).
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Net::Write::Layer3(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Net::Write::Layer3(3pm)

Net::Write::Layer3 - object for a network layer (layer 3) descriptor SYNOPSIS
use Net::Write::Layer qw(:constants); use Net::Write::Layer3; my $desc = Net::Write::Layer3->new( dst => '', protocol => NW_IPPROTO_RAW, family => NW_AF_INET, ); $desc->open; $desc->send('G'x666); $desc->close; DESCRIPTION
This is the class for creating a layer 3 descriptor. ATTRIBUTES
dst The target IPv4 or IPv6 address we will send frames to. family Address family, see Net::Write::Layer CONSTANTS section. protocol Transport layer protocol to use, see Net::Write::Layer CONSTANTS section. METHODS
new Object constructor. You MUST pass a valid dst attribute. Default values: protocol: NW_IPPROTO_RAW family: NW_AF_INET open Open the interface. send (scalar) Send raw data to the network. close Close the descriptor. CAVEATS
Sending IPv6 frames does not work under BSD systems. They can't do IP_HDRINCL for IPv6. For now, only Linux supports this (at least, with a 2.6.x kernel). Does not work at all under Win32 systems. They can't send frames at layer 3 (or I don't know how to do that). SEE ALSO
Net::Write::Layer AUTHOR
Copyright (c) 2006-2009, Patrice <GomoR> Auffret You may distribute this module under the terms of the Artistic license. See LICENSE.Artistic file in the source distribution archive. perl v5.10.1 2009-06-10 Net::Write::Layer3(3pm)

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