Packet sniffer which displays TCP information like the 'top' command
tcptrack is a sniffer which displays information about TCP connections it
sees on a network interface. It passively watches for connections on the
network interface, keeps track of their state and displays a list of
connections in a manner similar to the unix 'top' command. It displays
source and destination addresses and ports, connection state, idle time, and
See the INSTALL file for instructions on how to build and install
and start using tcptrack.
Known Bugs / Gotchas
tcptrack does not compile cleanly with libpcap versions earlier than
0.7.2. See below for a hack to your libpcap <0.7.2 to get tcptrack
to compile on it, or upgrade your libpcap.
On some systems at the end of the build proc
tcptrack - Monitor TCP connections on the network
tcptrack [ -dfhvp ] [ -r seconds ] -i interface
[ filter expression ]
tcptrack displays the status of TCP connections that it sees
on a given network interface. tcptrack monitors their state
* 1.1.5 released 2005-mar-12
- Fixed a bug where tcptrack would crash due to a floating point exception
if it sniffed TCP packets with source or destination ports of 0.
* 1.1.4 released 2004-oct-10
- Fixed a memory leak in the TCPConnection class.
* 1.1.3 released 2004-aug-16
- Added a total for the speed column at the bottom of the display. Thanks to
Leo Costela for the patch.
- Fixed a fe
Steve Benson <steve@rhythm.REMOVE_THIS_SPAMTRAP.cx>
Leo Costela <firstname.lastname@example.org
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