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Hello all, I am using tcpdump on Cent Os to log all packets into a file. Then I want to see the packet's content so I use the -X to ...
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    tcpdump problem


    Hello all,
    I am using tcpdump on Cent Os to log all packets into a file.
    Then I want to see the packet's content so I use the -X to do so

    Problem is that the content in packets has aprox. the same size. I know the in reality this can't be the case.

    tcpdump -x -tttt -r logpacket0

    Is it posible that i don't log everything?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Your example reads from a file.

    You might want to add -s 0 for packet capturing.
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