TCP/UDP Packet capturing

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suniljha
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TCP/UDP Packet capturing

Post by suniljha » Wed Feb 11, 2004 7:25 am

Hi!
I am interested in capturing UDP/TCP packets coming from a device server and extracting data from them to finally place them in database (Microsoft Access) for web access. I will be thankful if anyone can help me by suggesting some guidelines to implement it. Which technology would be best? <p>regards,
Sunil

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Re: TCP/UDP Packet capturing

Post by Drizzt321 » Thu Feb 12, 2004 12:48 pm

At least under linux, there are programs such as etherial that can capture every single thing that the computers network port sees, and can dump them all to a text file which, if you write a script, can then be dumped into a database. Otherwise, not sure what there would be for windows, I _think_ etherial might have a port for windows.<p>Aaron

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