I can do tcpdumps with this command:
tcpdump -w `date +%F-%Hh-%Mm-%Ss-%N`.pcap src 10.10.10.10 or dst 10.10.10.10
Q: I have an FTP server with username: FTPUSER and password FTPPASSWORD. How can I upload the tcpdump in "real time" I mean I don't have a too big storage to store the dumps, so I need to upload it to a place what I can only reach via FTP. Can I "pipe" somehow the output of the tcpdump to an ftp client that uploads it? [I need to preserve the filenames too: "
so I'm searching for a solution that doesn't store any tcpdumps locally, rather it uploads the dumps in "real-time".
The OS is OpenWrt 10.03 - the router where the tcpdump runs. [4MB flash on the router, that's why I can't store them locally.]
UPDATE2: there is no SSH connection to the FTP server, just FTP [and FTPES, but that doesn't matter now I think]