Message-ID: <email@example.com> Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2001 17:45:40 -0400 (EDT) Subject: Re: tcptrace 5.2.1 x tcpdump 3.6.2 From: "Manikantan Ramadas" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
What platform are you using..??
tcptrace 5.2.1 and tcpdump 3.6 seem to co-exist peacefully on Linux and
May be you can try downloading the 6.0.0 beta release..
> can I use tcpdump 3.6.2 to create a file for tcptrace 5.2.1 ?
> maybe I did something wrong...
> I didnt found examples to use tcptrace..
> if you can give me the direction, I will be happy.
> # tcpdump -n -c 100 -w tcpdump.out
> after that
> # tcptrace -l tcpdump.out
> and the program return
> Unknown input file format
> Supported ....
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