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Old 01-15-2018, 07:04 AM   #1
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tcpdump


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is tcpdump using a port?tnx
 
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tcpdump is not a service that LISTENs on a given port - it is a network capture tool that can see all traffic. You can specify which NIC(s) which PORT(s) and which IP(s) you want to capture.

Type "man tcpdump" for more detail.
 
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