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java API to drop the incoming packet

 
Taran Labana
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hi there...
i m going 2 make Application Layer Filter. In this i have to drop the incoming flow of those packets which are coming from the website restricted for the user to see.
But i m getting any API which will drop the incoming packet. Although i hav found one API named "libipq" which can do this but can work on Linux OS. and i am working on windows platform...
can any one help?....
 
David O'Meara
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"trndp lbn",
Welcome to the JavaRanch.

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thanks,
Dave
 
Taran Labana
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ok Dave ... i got it, and i have changed my name..
now please suggest any solution if u can help me in my project...
waiting 4 any1's reply....
 
Bear Bibeault
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Originally posted by Taran Labana:
if u can help me in my project...
waiting 4 any1's reply....


One more thing: "u" "4" and "any1" are not words. Please use real words such as "you" "for" and "anyone" when posting. Thanks.
 
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