OVS-TCPUNDUMP(1) Open vSwitch OVS-TCPUNDUMP(1)
ovs-tcpundump - convert "tcpdump -xx" output to hex strings
ovs-tcpundump < <file> ovs-tcpundump -h | --help ovs-tcpundump -V | --version The ovs-tcpundump program reads tcpdump -xx output from stdin, looking for hexadecimal packet data, and dumps each Ethernet as a single hexadecimal string on stdout. This format is suitable for use with the ofproto/trace command supported by ovs-vswitchd(8) via ovs-appctl(8). At least two -x or -X options must be given, otherwise the output will omit the Ethernet header, which prevents the output from being used with ofproto/trace.
• -h or --help Prints a brief help message to the console. • -V or --version Prints version information to the console.
ovs-appctl(8), ovs-vswitchd(8), ovs-pcap(1), tcpdump(8), wireshark(8).
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Pages that refer to this page: ovs-pcap(1), ovs-tcpdump(8), ovs-vswitchd(8)