Re: Mac packet sniffer

2000-12-01 Thread Bob Edmiston

Hello Ted,

The only "sniffer" product that I am aware of for the mac is Etherpeek.

Info can be found at:

http://www.wildpackets.com/products/etherpeek




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on 12/1/00 10:59, Ted Baker at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Does anyone know of a Mac utility that can sniff ethernet packets to
 diagnose the integrity of an ethernet network?  I'm not trying to look at
 the contents of the packets, just to see whether any are being dropped or
 whether there is an excessive number of collisions.



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Re: Mac packet sniffer

2000-12-01 Thread Jon Stevens

on 12/1/2000 11:52 AM, "Douglas K Wyman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Does anyone know of a Mac utility that can sniff ethernet packets to
 diagnose the integrity of an ethernet network?  I'm not trying to look at
 the contents of the packets, just to see whether any are being dropped or
 whether there is an excessive number of collisions.
 
 Regards, Ted

Etherpeek does this exceptionally well.

-jon

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