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icmp (4)
  • >> icmp (4) ( FreeBSD man: Специальные файлы /dev/* )
  • icmp (4) ( Linux man: Специальные файлы /dev/* )
  • icmp (7) ( Solaris man: Макропакеты и соглашения )
  • icmp (7) ( Русские man: Макропакеты и соглашения )
  • icmp (7) ( Linux man: Макропакеты и соглашения )
  • Ключ icmp обнаружен в базе ключевых слов.

  • BSD mandoc


     - Internet Control Message Protocol


       #include <sys/types.h>
       #include <sys/socket.h>
       #include <netinet/in.h>
    int socket (AF_INET SOCK_RAW proto);


    ICMP is the error and control message protocol used by IP and the Internet protocol family. It may be accessed through a ``raw socket'' for network monitoring and diagnostic functions. The Fa proto parameter to the socket call to create an ICMP socket is obtained from getprotobyname(3). ICMP sockets are connectionless, and are normally used with the sendto(2) and recvfrom(2) calls, though the connect(2) call may also be used to fix the destination for future packets (in which case the read(2) or recv(2) and write(2) or send(2) system calls may be used).

    Outgoing packets automatically have an IP header prepended to them (based on the destination address). Incoming packets are received with the IP header and options intact.  


    ICMP messages are classified according to the type and code fields present in the ICMP header. The abbreviations for the types and codes may be used in rules in pf.conf5. The following types are defined:

    Num Ta Abbrev. Ta Description
    0 Ta echorep Ta Echo reply
    3 Ta unreach Ta Destination unreachable
    4 Ta squench Ta Packet loss, slow down
    5 Ta redir Ta Shorter route exists
    6 Ta althost Ta Alternate host address
    8 Ta echoreq Ta Echo request
    9 Ta routeradv Ta Router advertisement
    10 Ta routersol Ta Router solicitation
    11 Ta timex Ta Time exceeded
    12 Ta paramprob Ta Invalid IP header
    13 Ta timereq Ta Timestamp request
    14 Ta timerep Ta Timestamp reply
    15 Ta inforeq Ta Information request
    16 Ta inforep Ta Information reply
    17 Ta maskreq Ta Address mask request
    18 Ta maskrep Ta Address mask reply
    30 Ta trace Ta Traceroute
    31 Ta dataconv Ta Data conversion problem
    32 Ta mobredir Ta Mobile host redirection
    33 Ta ipv6-where Ta IPv6 where-are-you
    34 Ta ipv6-here Ta IPv6 i-am-here
    35 Ta mobregreq Ta Mobile registration request
    36 Ta mobregrep Ta Mobile registration reply
    39 Ta skip Ta SKIP
    40 Ta photuris Ta Photuris

    The following codes are defined:

    Num Ta Abbrev. Ta Type Ta Description
    0 Ta net-unr Ta unreach Ta Network unreachable
    1 Ta host-unr Ta unreach Ta Host unreachable
    2 Ta proto-unr Ta unreach Ta Protocol unreachable
    3 Ta port-unr Ta unreach Ta Port unreachable
    4 Ta needfrag Ta unreach Ta Fragmentation needed but DF bit set
    5 Ta srcfail Ta unreach Ta Source routing failed
    6 Ta net-unk Ta unreach Ta Network unknown
    7 Ta host-unk Ta unreach Ta Host unknown
    8 Ta isolate Ta unreach Ta Host isolated
    9 Ta net-prohib Ta unreach Ta Network administratively prohibited
    10 Ta host-prohib Ta unreach Ta Host administratively prohibited
    11 Ta net-tos Ta unreach Ta Invalid TOS for network
    12 Ta host-tos Ta unreach Ta Invalid TOS for host
    13 Ta filter-prohib Ta unreach Ta Prohibited access
    14 Ta host-preced Ta unreach Ta Precedence violation
    15 Ta cutoff-preced Ta unreach Ta Precedence cutoff
    0 Ta redir-net Ta redir Ta Shorter route for network
    1 Ta redir-host Ta redir Ta Shorter route for host
    2 Ta redir-tos-net Ta redir Ta Shorter route for TOS and network
    3 Ta redir-tos-host Ta redir Ta Shorter route for TOS and host
    0 Ta normal-adv Ta routeradv Ta Normal advertisement
    16 Ta common-adv Ta routeradv Ta Selective advertisement
    0 Ta transit Ta timex Ta Time exceeded in transit
    1 Ta reassemb Ta timex Ta Time exceeded in reassembly
    0 Ta badhead Ta paramprob Ta Invalid option pointer
    1 Ta optmiss Ta paramprob Ta Missing option
    2 Ta badlen Ta paramprob Ta Invalid length
    1 Ta unknown-ind Ta photuris Ta Unknown security index
    2 Ta auth-fail Ta photuris Ta Authentication failed
    3 Ta decrypt-fail Ta photuris Ta Decryption failed


    MIB Variables

    The ICMP protocol implements a number of variables in the net.inet.icmp branch of the sysctl(3) MIB.

    (Vt boolean ) Enable/disable replies to ICMP Address Mask Request packets. Defaults to false.
    (Vt unsigned integer ) When maskrepl is set and this value is non-zero, it will be used instead of the real address mask when the system replies to an ICMP Address Mask Request packet. Defaults to 0.
    (Vt integer ) Bandwidth limit for ICMP replies in packets/second. Used when icmplim_output is non-zero. Defaults to 200.
    (Vt boolean ) Enable/disable bandwidth limiting of ICMP replies. Defaults to true.
    (Vt boolean ) Enable/disable dropping of ICMP Redirect packets. Defaults to false.
    (Vt boolean ) Enable/disable logging of ICMP Redirect packets. Defaults to false.
    (Vt boolean ) Enable/disable ICMP replies received via broadcast or multicast. Defaults to false.
    (Vt str ) An interface name used for the ICMP reply source in response to packets which are not directly addressed to us. By default continue with normal source selection.
    (Vt boolean ) Use the IP address of the interface the packet came through in for responses to packets which are not directly addressed to us. If enabled, this rule is processed before all others. By default, continue with normal source selection. Enabling this option is particularly useful on routers because it makes external traceroutes show the actual path a packet has taken instead of the possibly different return path.
    (Vt integer ) Number of bytes from original packet to quote in ICMP reply. This number is internally enforced to be at least 8 bytes (per RFC792) and at most the maximal space left in the ICMP reply mbuf.



    A socket operation may fail with one of the following errors returned:

    when trying to establish a connection on a socket which already has one, or when trying to send a datagram with the destination address specified and the socket is already connected;
    when trying to send a datagram, but no destination address is specified, and the socket has not been connected;
    when the system runs out of memory for an internal data structure;
    when an attempt is made to create a socket with a network address for which no network interface exists.



    recv(2), send(2), inet(4), intro(4), ip(4), pf.conf5  


    The protocol appeared in BSD 4.3



    MIB Variables

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