[Twisted-Python] Ethernet frames

ccollier at viawest.net ccollier at viawest.net
Mon Oct 20 13:35:24 EDT 2003

While it's not Twisted based, you might find this useful:


You can manipulate packets with it, but I'm not sure about ethernet 


On Mon, 20 Oct 2003, Neil Blakey-Milner wrote:

> On Mon 2003-10-20 (12:12), twisted-10152003 at atlas.lcs.mit.edu wrote:
> > I am very new to the twisted framework so maybe there is a completely
> > obvious answer to this question that is eluding me in the
> > documentation...
> > 
> > Can I use twisted to read and write ethernet frames? How do I listen
> > and write packets on a particular interface?  
> I've used pylibpcap and http://mithrandr.moria.org/files/tipcap.py to
> read ethernet frames.  pylibnet will be able to send them.  Someone else
> on the list will mention the one Twisted library that provides an
> alternative ("pair"?).
> Neil

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