[Netkit.users] Connect Wireshark to UML machines
julien.cartigny at unilim.fr
Mon Sep 1 16:34:18 CEST 2008
I have maybe a clue: wireshark can accept the flag "-": read packets
from standard input. If uml_switch can print packets on standard output,
or if it is possible to open a connection to the socket of uml_switch
and print each packet (netcat ?)...
Could be fun...
Julien Iguchi-Cartigny wrote:
> Hello Cedric,
> At the present time I'm using already your solution. In my case, I also
> use the -U flag, because short communications are buffered and doesn't
> appear at soon in the cap file.
> What I want is to connect wireshark to the uml_switch without using TAP
> interface(s)... I have no clue how to do it.
> PS: I think we already know each other (thanks Pappy ;-)
> Cedric Foll wrote:
>> you can use tcpdump with theses options into your netkit machines:
>> -w test.pcap (store trafic in a file)
>> -s 0 (store all content of paquets, not just first bytes).
>> The you can use /hosthome (http://www.netkit.org/faq.html#q03) to put
>> the pcap outside your UML machine and read it with wireshark.
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