tcpdump+PID relation

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Description

tcpdump shows tcp/udp/raw/icmp packets inbound/outbound.

but it won't tell me what PID sent or received them..

if i'll monitor tcpdump , and i'll use 'netstat -e' , i will be able to know the INODE/PID of the process... for TCP only.

i'm looking for a solution to know which PID sent/received everything... tcp/udp/raw/icmp.

if netstat could "stream" its data.. and showed tcp/udp/icmp/raw .. it would be a good solution.

it should run under centos5, thanks!

shai.

Skills: C Programming, Linux, Perl

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Project ID: #265679

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gabiruh

Hi, there's a faster and easier way to do this. And you can choose how the information can be displayed. See PM for more details. Thanks.

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hkcwkin

I can solve this task.

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Fatelight

Hi. I can modify that netstat to make it use streams like you need

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kapa76

I am can solve this task for your. But cost and deadline need discuss.

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