A simple proxy for prototyping hammer-based parsing of DNP3. The main program is called "proxyd".
Internal architecture is documented on the wiki to help with elfbac integration.
The program uses cmake to generate makefiles.
- build and install pesco's branch of hammer using scons.
In the future we might try and use cmake externals to do this, or do a cmake build for hammer. The proxy will link to the static library that this build produces (libhammer.a).
- Clone this repository recursively to retrieve the three git submodules: dnp3 parser, tclap (cli parser), and easy-logging.
> git clone --recursive <repo address>
- Run cmake to generate a makefile. Recommend using a separate build directory, e.g.:
> mkdir build; cd build > cmake .. > make
The proxy can describe its command line arguments with -h
> proxyd -h USAGE: ./proxyd [-s <name>] [-n <ipv4 address>] .... other args ....
A full example invocation would be:
> ./proxyd -s dnp3 -l 20001 -a 0.0.0.0 -n 192.168.1.2 -c 20000 2015-12-07 06:21:41,390 INFO [default] Using parser: dnp3 2015-12-07 06:21:41,407 INFO [default] completed dnp3/hammer parser initialization 2015-12-07 06:21:41,407 INFO [default] Listening on: 0.0.0.0:20001
This invocation uses the DNP3 parser, and listens on port 20001 on all adapters. It forwards connections and traffic to 192.168.1.2:20000.