[CentOS] tcpdump?

Andrei frunzales at gmail.com
Sat Feb 20 06:33:58 UTC 2010


use -i <interface name> ex. tcpdump -i eth0 port 4957 -nn -vv etc.

man tcpdump for more options.

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Andrei

2010/2/20 Hadi Motamedi <motamedi24 at hotmail.com>

>  Dear All
> I have put tcpdump trace on port 4957 on my CentOS server , as the
> following :
> #tcpdump port 4957
> I want to obtain the payload data to see what is realy being exchanged
> between my CentOS server and the outside network element . Can you please
> let me know how I can modify my command ?
> Thank you
>
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