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CentOS 7.0 - man page for packet.pkt (centos section 1)

PACKET.PKT(1)				 packet.pkt 1.0.1			    PACKET.PKT(1)

NAME
       packet.pkt - Pkt module

DESCRIPTION
       Provides the object for a packet and the string representation of the packet.  This object
       has an attribute for each of the layers in the  packet  so  each  layer	can  be  accessed
       directly  instead  of going through each layer. To access the nfs layer object you can use
       'x.nfs' instead of using 'x.ethernet.ip.tcp.rpc.nfs' which would very cumbersome  to  use.
       Also, since NFS can be used with either TCP or UDP it would be harder to to access the nfs
       object independently or the protocol.

       Packet object attributes:
	   Pkt(
	       record	= Record information (frame number, etc.)
	       ethernet = ETHERNET II (RFC 894) object
	       ip	= IPv4 object
	       tcp	= TCP object
	       rpc	= RPC object
	       nfs	= NFS object
	   )

CLASSES
   class Pkt(baseobj.BaseObj)
       Packet object

       Usage:
	   from packet.pkt import Pkt

	   x = Pkt()

       Methods defined here:
       ---------------------

       __str__(self)
	      String representation of object

	      The representation depends on the verbose level set by debug_repr().  If set  to	0
	      the  generic  object representation is returned.	If set to 1 the representation of
	      is condensed into a single line.	It contains, the frame number, IP source and des-
	      tination and/or the last layer:
		  '1 0.386615 192.168.0.62 -> 192.168.0.17 TCP 2049 -> 708, seq: 3395733180, ack:
	      3294169773, ACK,SYN'
		  '5 0.530957 00:0c:29:54:09:ef -> ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff, type: 0x806'
		  '19	0.434370   192.168.0.17   ->   192.168.0.62   NFS   v4	 COMPOUND4   call
	      SEQUENCE;PUTFH;GETATTR'

	      If set to 2 the representation of the object is a line for each layer:
		  'Pkt(
		       RECORD:	 frame 19 @ 0.434370 secs, 238 bytes on wire, 238 bytes captured
		       ETHERNET: 00:0c:29:54:09:ef -> e4:ce:8f:58:9f:f4, type: 0x800(IPv4)
		       IP:	 192.168.0.17 -> 192.168.0.62, protocol: 6(TCP), len: 224
		       TCP:	 src port 708 -> dst port 2049, seq: 3294170673, ack: 3395734137,
	      len: 172, flags: ACK,PSH
		       RPC:	  CALL(0),  program:  100003,  version:  4,  procedure:  1,  xid:
	      0x1437d3d5
		       NFS:		COMPOUND4args(tag='',	     minorversion=1,	   argar-
	      ray=[nfs_argop4(argop=OP_SEQUENCE, ...), ...])
		   )'

SEE ALSO
       baseobj(1)

BUGS
       No known bugs.

AUTHOR
       Jorge Mora (mora@netapp.com)

NFStest 1.0.2				  10 April 2013 			    PACKET.PKT(1)


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