Snoop is a command-line utility found on most UNIX systems. It is used for taking down a copy of all or some of the data coming in or out of some or all of the network interfaces on the machine in question.

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Why does telnet send a RSET when I control-c while connecting?

Solaris 10 using snoop to capture packets. When I telnet to an unused IP address, and wait for the connection attempt to time out, everything behaves as expected (SYNs sent several times until ...
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Unix Snoop Command

Doing testing on a server right now. Both the client and server are on my machine. I am trying to snoop the packets between them but am not having any luck. These are some variations I have tried: ...
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Solaris/UNIX: Does snoop have the potential to slow down network traffic?

This is the way I see it. A copy of the network activity is written to a buffer, and snoop reads from the buffer. As long as snoop is able to get the data out fast enough (writing directly to a file ...
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Viewing the loopback interface on Solaris 10 (using snoop or another tool)

I am trying to use snoop on solaris 10 to detect traffic between a client and server both located on my machine. Question: I just want to verify that I should use the loopback interface for this. ...
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Snoop output: how to display readable packet data on one single line?

I'm getting the same data (UDP packets) from two different sources (on 2 different NICs). I'd like to figure out if one source is "faster" than the other, by comparing the reception timestamps packet ...
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How to capture SNMP request and response using snoop

Using the following command I can capture SNMP requests to my server, is there a way I can also capture the response my SNMP agent sends? snoop -o snmp.cap udp port 161 Thanks for any thoughts
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Solaris VM Experiencing Frequent Timeouts

We are having an issue with all of our Solaris VMs. The issue we're seeing is frequent timeouts when when connecting via SSH or HTTP. It only seems to affect initial connections... when I connect via ...
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Log an Application's Network Activity with Process Monitor and/or Fiddler or something else

I've got a bit of a tricky application I need to monitor. Its a Java .jnlp file. Using Process Monitor, I've been able to identify it (its instance of javaw) going out to the other servers in my ...
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sun snoop and multi file output

Is there any way snoop can cut output files every "x" minutes or every "y" Mbyts? thanks