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i wanted to ask you
i try to setting:
pc server name: A
pc user name: B
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Hi once more :p
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tttview(1) net tttview(1)
tttview - Tele Traffic Tapper viewer- a viewer program for remote, real-time, graphical traffic-monitoring.
tttview [-addr recv_addr] [-mcastifaddr addr] [-multicast] [-port recv_port] [-probe addr] [-yscale (K|M|n)]
tttview is the viewer program in the ttt program suite. tttview displays traffic-data collected on a remote host by tttprobe.
To run tttview, it is not necessary to be "root".
The ttt program suite is yet another descendant of tcpdump but it is capable of real-time, graphical, local and remote traffic-monitoring.
It won't replace tcpdump, rather, it helps you find out what to look into with tcpdump.
Specifies the local address. Only useful for multicast addresses. If omitted, "18.104.22.168 is used as default.
Specifies the multicast interface address. Only useful when an interface is selected to join a multicast group.
Shorthand for the default multicast destination "22.214.171.124".
Specifies the udp port number to receive traffic-data from a remote tttprobe. If omitted, port 7288 is used as default.
Specifies the address of a probe. Only useful to select one among multiple probes.
change the scale of y-axis. 'K' and 'M' represent 1000 and 1000000 respectively.
Remark: "hostA" is allways the host where traffic-data is collected with tttprobe and "hostB" is allways the host where the traffic-data is
displayed with tttview.
hostA: tttprobe hostB
hostA: tttprobe ip_of_hostB
when using the default multicast address:
hostA: tttprobe -multicast
hostB: tttview -multicast
this is equivalent to:
hostA: tttprobe 126.96.36.199
hostB: tttview -addr 188.8.131.52
tttview was written by Kenjiro Cho < firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Thomas Scheffczyk <email@example.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be
used by others).
Kenjiro Cho 1.7 tttview(1)