Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 21:48:58 -0500 From: Wesley Eddy <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: tcptrace-bugs tcp trace - question - pkt writing to file (-p argument) Message-ID: <20030318024858.GA13019@irg.cs.ohiou.edu>
On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 05:48:07PM -0500, Deepak.Ramaswamy@hap.com wrote:
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+size=2><div><P>hi,</P><P>Was dondering how you can write all the captured TCP
+pkst using TCPDUMP to a file using TCP TRACE ?</P><P>The argumnt -p prints all
+the packets to the screen, how do you get it to send the data to a file than to
+std output ?</P><P>Thankz,</P><P>Deepak Ram</P></div></FONT>
The manual explains the -O option to output packets from matched connections
in tcpdump format. If you want to save the actual tcptrace analysis you
just redirect the output with your shell (>$OUTFILE) ... is that what
you're asking? This isn't really a tcptrace bug in any case. By the way
mail only goes to the main tcptrace list if it's from subscribers which I
thought it pretty clearly said anyplace where the address to it is listed.
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