tcptrace is compiled and tested at Ohio University on Solaris and GNU/Linux machines. It is also known to work under [Net|Free|Open] BSD, MacOSX, AIX, HP-UX and IRIX, although we don't have the last three of those platforms to test it on here at OU. So if anybody out there would like to donate a machine, please contact Shawn Ostermann.
Download current stable version of tcptrace (v6.6.7) here
Bill Fenner faithfully keeps up the FreeBSD port. His official information for building tcptrace for FreeBSD can be found at http://www.freebsd.org/ports/net.html.
A version (v6.6.0) for Windows can be found here.
A version (v6.0.1) for OpenVMS can be found here. (NOTE: Since we do not have an in-house OpenVMS system, we cannot guarantee availability of the latest version of tcptrace compiled for OpenVMS. Many thanks to Matt Muggeridge for providing this compiled version of the code.)
Cutting edge tcptrace code can be downloaded from our CVS repository:
CVS Web version (NOTE: Please take a look at the CHANGES file for information on bug-fixes/new features).
Click here to find source code for older versions of tcptrace