Saving a packet trace in Mac OS X

Friday, 20 July 2007, 1:07 PM EST

If you need to get a packet trace and you don't already have a favorite utility for doing so, you can use the tcpdump command line tool. All versions of Mac OS X include this tool, as do many other Unix-style platforms.

Keep in mind that the BSD subsystem must be installed in order to use tcpdump.

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