Going through the man page of tcpdump, it seems kernel can drop the packets if the buffer is full. I was wondering if: that size is configurable and/or where can I see the size for my distro? From ...
Running, either in promiscuous mode or not : tcpdump -i "$INTERFACE" -vvv -n -XX -S -s0 -e I got a bunch of lines and this conclusion when I stopped it : 601 packets captured 938 packets received ...
I interrupted tcpdump with Ctrl+C and got this total summary: 579204 packets captured 579346 packets received by filter 142 packets dropped by kernel What are the "packets dropped by kernel"? Why ...
I use tcpdump -i wlan0 -s 0 dst 192.168.1.200 or src 192.168.1.200 -w output.pcap to monitor for ex.: my HTTP traffic. I upload a .zip file through HTTP. How can I retrieve the .zip file from the ...
If I want to tcpdump DNS requests by clients (on an OpenWrt 10.04 router), then I root@ROUTER:/etc# tcpdump -n -i br-lan dst port 53 2>&1 tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -...
I have 3 computers on the same sub-net. Computer A and B are communicating with each other (ping, telnet, etc.). I'd like to see the packets between A and B on computer C. Is it possible to do this ...
Does it makes a more detailed output if I use tcpdump -vvv -w FILENAME vs. if I use: tcpdump -w FILENAME or it doesn't makes any sense if I use the "-vvv" when I'm using "-w FILENAME"?