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[Snort] includes packet sniffing capabilities.
tcpdump(8) is a command line sniffer.
-A pretty-yet-powerful packet sniffer is [Ethereal], which uses a point-and-click [GUI].
+A pretty-yet-powerful packet sniffer is [Ethereal] , which uses a point-and-click [GUI].
Handy Hint: If you are on a "small footprint" machine, where you have access to tcpdump, but not ethereal, you can use tcpdump with -w filename, and then load filename into ethereal on another machine for a more detailed analysis.
Part of CategoryNetworking. See also packet(7).