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comp.unix.aix Frequently Asked Questions (Part 2 of 5)
Section - 1.601: How do I trace ethernet packets on an AIX system?

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Do the following:

     iptrace -i en0 /tmp/ipt

The iptrace backgrounds.  Find its process id and kill it when you are
ready.  Then run

     ipreport -rns /tmp/ipt >/tmp/ipr

and look at the output.  The current version of Info does not document
the r, n and s options but they are quite useful for layering the output.

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