Ditto... I've not yet found something that ethereal can't do for me -
apart from high-speed packet capture - but that's a kernel issue and is
being dealt with (a bit.)
Perhaps some tcpdump with some perl scripting attached (as appropriate?)
If it's high-speed networking and missing packets is your problem,
there are some resources on the net as to how you can tune your kernel
to optimise throughput and capture percentages. Had a good paper on it
but can't seem to find it on my desk at the moment - sorry. Google will
Chris Higgins wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 15:26:07 -0000 (GMT)
> "Conor Wynne" <weeboy at conorwynne.com> wrote:
>>>>I'm in search of a network analysis tool to look at the headers of
>>>>I checked out ethereal, and sadly it falls short of the job.
>>> Huh ? What packet types are you trying to look at if ethereal
> isn't doing it for you ?
>>>>Any suggestions network gurus?
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