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[Discuss] Network IP Conflicts and Dropped Samba Connections Oh My!

Eric Chadbourne wrote:
>> TCPdump, it's cross-distro, it takes longer to master then GUI
>> sniffers, like Wireshark, but, like most shell-based tools, it's worth
>> the invsetment.
> Cool I'll check it out.  Sounds like a fun tool to learn more about my
> little LAN.

One of the great things about running a third party firmware on your
broadband router is that you can run tcpdump on it. (Available as an
optware package.) Something you'll likely need rarely on a home network,
but really handy when you do.


Tom Metro
Venture Logic, Newton, MA, USA
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