I have a few questions here.
First, when the Packet Interceptor is fired and a packets state changes from state to state based on the read and processed flags, does the server change anything tot the packets in a normal course of action, or are these flags to let the server know the sate of the packet?
Second, if the server is making changes to a packet based on its state, and I am grabbing the packet after it is processed is there a way to deny the packet at that point? I have tried touse the PacketRejectException but the packet still went thru. I thought that if the Exception is thrown after processing that no packet would be sent and no error message would be sent.
The whole purpose here is to send the packets to third party software for processing without the packet being forwarded to the clients or another server. The third party software would be responsible for redirecting the packet back to the appropriate server for delivery.
Thanks in advance,