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CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports



CVSROOT:	/cvs
Module name:	ports
Changes by:	kevlo_(_at_)_cvs_(_dot_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org	2000/01/21 08:40:00

Log message:
    This is a 4.4BSD program that implements, in userland, third-party
    proxy ARP. In a nutshell, this lets you proxy-ARP an arbitrary IP
    address to an arbitrary MAC address, from any machine on the network.
    This is useful if your router doesn't do proxy ARP, or does it only
    in an all-or-none fashion.
    
    This code will not work outside of 4.4BSD (it relies on BPF). Furthermore,
    it won't run on most 4.4BSD operating systems, because a problem with the
    standard BPF implementation (try spoofing your source ethernet frame
    address on NetBSD).
    
    See: http://www.enteract.com/~tqbf
    
    Status:
    
    Vendor Tag:	kevlo
    Release Tags:	kevlo_2000-Jan-21
    
    N ports/net/arpcatch/Makefile
    N ports/net/arpcatch/files/md5
    N ports/net/arpcatch/patches/patch-aa
    N ports/net/arpcatch/pkg/COMMENT
    N ports/net/arpcatch/pkg/DESCR
    N ports/net/arpcatch/pkg/PLIST
    
    No conflicts created by this import