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I suggest you to capture the packets and written inwrite them to a file with the .pcap<file>.pcap extension. And, and then open with wiresharkwireshark.

For egexample, in centosCentOS, to capture the packets: tcpdump -i eth0 -s 1500 -w /root/

$ tcpdump -i eth0 -s 1500 -w /root/<filename.pcap>

I suggest you to capture the packets and written in a file with .pcap extension. And then open with wireshark

For eg in centos, to capture the packets: tcpdump -i eth0 -s 1500 -w /root/

I suggest you capture the packets and write them to a file with the <file>.pcap extension, and then open with wireshark.

For example, in CentOS, to capture the packets:

$ tcpdump -i eth0 -s 1500 -w /root/<filename.pcap>
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I suggest you to capture the packets and written in a file with .pcap extension. And then open with wireshark

For eg in centos, to capture the packets: tcpdump -i eth0 -s 1500 -w /root/