I'm transferring network traffic from a remote server to my local host using 
tcpdump writing to STDOUT | netcat.

remote: tcpdump -nni eth0 -w "-" | nc <serverIP> <port>

On the local host I'm attempting to collect the netcat output and use it as a 
STDIN with netsniff and replay it to a different port. 

This method will collect about 100 packets before it stops. No errors just the 
collection statistics that follow ^C

nc -l <port> | netsniff --in "-" --mmap --out <port> -S 1GiB --silent

Am I hitting a limitation in netsniff that doesn't permit the use of STDIN in 
the fashion or is this possibly a IPC limitation?

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