snoop — Capture and Inspect Network Packets


/usr/sbin/snoop [-aCDNPqrSvV][-t [r | a | d]][-c maxcount][-d device]
  [-i filename][-n filename][-o filename][-p first [, last]]
  [-s snaplen][-x offset [, length]][expression]


Use the snoop command to capture packets from the network and display their contents. snoop uses both the network packet filter and streams buffer modules to provide efficient capture of packets from the network. You can either display captured packets as they are received or save them to a file for later inspection.


New options have been added to the snoop command in the Solaris 8 release to accommodate ...

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