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Tried to capture packets for a NAT address (192.168.2.0/24 is NAT Pool) for my VMWare Fusion session. When on my mac I ran the following command I'm getting some weird error messages. dennis$ sudo tcpdump -i any -v network 192.168.2.0/24 tcpdump: data link type PKTAP tcpdump: listening on any, link-type PKTAP (Apple DLT_PKTAP), capture size 262144 bytes pktap_filter_packet: pcap_add_if_info(en9, 1) failed: pcap_if_info_set_add: pcap_compile_nopcap() failed pktap_filter_packet: pcap_add_if_info(bridge100, 1) failed: pcap_if_info_set_add: pcap_compile_nopcap() failed pktap_filter_packet: p
Just about any appliance you receive from the Enterprise world it comes with tcpdump, especially if the host operating system is linux based. Here are some commands that I run that have proven helpful and they may prove to help you as well. My main use is on our F5 appliances or our linux application servers. Below you will find different uses of tcpdump NO DNS RESOLUTION To disable name resolution, use the -n flag as in the following examples: tcpdump -n tcpdump -ni 0.0 CAPTURE TO FILE To save the tcpdump output to a binary file, type the following command: