Steel City Phantom wrote:
Great, im making good progress here. it seems like tcpdump only
captures the headers, is there a way to capture the entire packet, data
Use "-s 0".
tcpdump is closer to the equivalent of a network toolbox than merely a "swiss
army" knife, but you may find that dumping to a file and reading that file
from another process does better (via -i & -o flags), especially under higher
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