Network IP analysis?
jhawk at bbnplanet.com
Wed Jun 25 15:18:23 UTC 1997
> anything else. Best to do this on a box that does native BPF, though
> (asn an example SunOS does not do BPF and NIT can't handle the traffic
> without dropping most stuff).
BPF support for SunOS has been avaialable for years.
At the present time, it is distributed as part of the ipmulti
distribution (ftp://ftp.parc.xerox.com:/pub/net-research/ipmulti), and
I believe that the LBL bpf distribution includes SunOS kernel .o files
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