> Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 11:15:33 +0000
> Subject: tcpdump?
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> > #tcpdump port 4957
> > I want to obtain the payload data to see what is realy being exchanged
> > between my Debian server and the outside network element . Can you please
> > let me know how I can modify my command ?
> tcpdump host <IP-addr-deb-server> and port 4957
> This will grab all packets to and from the server, which are to or
> from port 4957
> If you want traffic in one direction only, you can use "src host" or
> "dst host" instead of "host", and/or
> "src port" or "dst port" instaed of "port".
> You could add -s 0 to ensure you grab entire packets regardless of
> size, and -v, -vv or -vvv if you need more details on packets.
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I tried as the following :
#tcpdump -s 0 -vvv port 4957
But the output does not have additional data over the 'tcpdump port 4957' output . Can you please let me know what is wrong here?
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