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  1. Ipsumdump is a command line tool used for analyzing packet captures and network traffic.
  2. It is part of the tcpreplay suite, which includes other tools for editing and replaying network captures.
  3. The tool allows users to extract useful information from packet captures and filter the captured data.
  4. It supports various packet capture formats like pcap, pcapng, and even live network interfaces.
  5. Ipsumdump provides a flexible output format, allowing users to customize the displayed data according to their needs.
  6. It can display packet headers, payload data, Ethernet headers, IP addresses, port numbers, and more.
  7. The tool can filter packets based on various criteria like IP addresses, port numbers, packet size, and time stamps.
  8. Users can also add additional filters using Berkley Packet Filter (BPF) syntax to narrow down the captured data.
  9. Ipsumdump can capture and display packets with timestamps, helping in analyzing network behavior and packet timings.
  10. It is a powerful tool for network administrators, security analysts, and developers to diagnose network issues and understand network traffic patterns.

List of commands for ipsumdump:

  • ipsumdump:tldr:4643a ipsumdump: Print the anonymised source address, anonymised destination address, and IP packet length of all packets in a pcap file.
    $ ipsumdump --src --dst --length --anonymize ${filename-pcap}
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  • ipsumdump:tldr:afbc0 ipsumdump: Print the source and destination IP addresses of all packets in a pcap file.
    $ ipsumdump --src --dst ${filename-pcap}
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  • ipsumdump:tldr:f18f5 ipsumdump: Print the timestamps, source address, source port, destination address, destination port and protocol of all packets read from a given network interface.
    $ ipsumdump --interface ${eth0} -tsSdDp
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