Niall O Broin said:
> > an easy way to sniff just the traffic that netscape sends to my local
> > squid.)
>> Yes, bit of a trick that. You'd need a program like tee which would listen
> on port X, pass on to port Y, and then send traffic in one direction or the
> other (or both) to somewhere else - file or stdout, or even another port.
BTW an easier way is just to strace the squid process, figure out what FDs
the data is likely to be on, and use the "-r" and "-w" switches to dump
the data being read/written.
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