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Arp Poison Router

I need an ARP poison router written in C# using the library sharppcap.

The ARP poisoner needs to be able to dynamically find hosts on the network (by listening to ARP requests) and poison all hosts and the gateway and route any poisoned packets to its desired location. More information on ARP Poison routers here.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARP_spoofing

If packets coming from both external networks and packets going to external networks are being routed through the computer running the program and then reaching their correct destination. It is considered finished.

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Implementation Of Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) In Java

Implementation of Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) in Java : ARP basically maps IP address with the MAC address or hardware address.I need to prepare a software which first asks for the Source and Destination IP address, then for the successful data transfer the software searches the corresponding MAC address of the destination in the cache. If it founds, it returns the MAC address to sender but if it doesnt then it broadcast the IP address on the LAN. The matching IP address machine replies directly to the sender. In this way it works. For broadcasting, the software call functions or procedures (which act as machines in the LAN) and sends ARP request in a particular format.

So i need to maintain cache for every machine in LAN, send and receive ARP request in ARP format and display reports in the end. There are few more smaller functionalities like timer which also needs to be implemented.

And finally it is like a conformance testing software, the software compares the output received by ARP reply (MAC address of Destination) with the expected output which is already known to software (hard coded in software). If the expected and observed responses are same then it would be assumed that the developed would be capable of testing the ARP protocol in any devices like router, switches or even in LAN.

This is just an brief idea, i will send you the detailed specification if required

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Implementing Address Resolution Protocol In Java

The brief description of the project is given below:

Step 1: When source devices want to communicate with another device, source device checks its Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache to find it already has a resolved MAC address of the destination device. If it is there, it will use that address for communication. To view your Local Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache, Open Command Prompt and type command "arp -a" (Without double quotes using Windows Operating Systems).

Step 2: If ARP resolution is not there in local cache, the source machine will generate an Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) request message, it puts its own data link layer address as the Sender Hardware Address and its own IP address as the Sender Protocol Address. It fills the destination IP address as the Target Protocol Address. The Target Hardware Address will be left blank, since the machine is trying to find that.

Step 3: The source broadcast the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) request message to the local network.

Step 4: The message is received by each device on the LAN since it is a broadcast. Each device compare the Target Protocol Address (IP Address of the machine to which the source is trying to communicate) with its own Protocol Address (IP Address). Those who do not match will drop the packet without any action.

Step 5: When the targeted device checks the Target Protocol Address, it will find a match and will generate an Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) reply message. It takes the Sender Hardware Address and the Sender Protocol Address fields from the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) request message and uses these values for the Targeted Hardware Address and Targeted Protocol Address of the reply message.

Step 6: The destination device will update its Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache, since it need to contact the sender machine soon.

Step 7: Destination device send the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) reply message and it will not be a broadcast, but a unicast.

Step 8: The source machine will process the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) reply from destination, it store the Sender Hardware Address as the layer 2 address of the destination.

Step 9: The source machine will update its Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache with the Sender Hardware Address and Sender Protocol Address it received from the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) reply message.

Hope this will provide a overview of the project.

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