Jpcap is a Java class package which enables to capture and send IP packets from Java application.
This package uses libpcap and Raw Socket API.
Currently, Jpcap is tested on FreeBSD 3.x, Linux RedHat 6.1, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows 2000/XP.
Ethernet, IPv4, IPv6, ARP/RARP, TCP, UDP, ICMPv4 are supported.
<Windows 9x, NT, 2000>
1 Download and install Javatm2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SEtm) JRE or SDK.
2 Download and install the latest WinPcap.
3 Download and extract the latest Jpcap.
4 Copy "lib/Jpcap.dll" into "[JRE directory]/bin" or "[JRE directory]/lib/ext/x86"
5 Copy "lib/jpcap.jar" into "[JRE directory]/lib/ext"
6 If you installed J2SE SDK, you also need to copy "lib/jpcap.jar" into "[SDK directory]/jre/lib/ext".
Note: [JRE directory] is usually "C:/Program Files/Java/j2re*".
[SDK directory] is usually "C:/j2sdk*".
1 Download and install Javatm2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SEtm) JRE or SDK
2 Download and install libpcap if not installed.
3 Download and extract the latest Jpcap
4 Go to "src/c" directory, and edit Makefile
5 Run "make".
If you get an error "structure has no member named `sa_len'",
comment out the line "#define HAVE_SA_LEN" in Jpcap_sub.h.
6 Copy libjpcap.so to [Java directory]/jre/lib/<arch>. <arch> is either "i386" or "sparc"
7 Copy "lib/jpcap.jar" into [Java directory]/jre/lib/ext.
Instruction of how to install and other information.
History of version up.
API manual of all classes in package jpcap, generated by javadoc.
tcpdump-like sample program.