|-?||print a usage summary|
increase verbosity of output. Multiple -v arguments increase
verbosity. Without any -vs, raddump(1) will print simply a one-line summary
per packet consisting of timestamp, source and destination host and port,
RADIUS packet type, and RADIUS packet size.
With one -v argument, raddump(1) will also print any attributes contained in the packet, including the attribute name and value. For attributes containing binary data, the actual contents are not printed, just a summary indicating the size of the binary data.
With two -v arguments, raddump(1) will additionally print a hex dump of any attributes containing binary data.
|-n||By default, raddump(1) does a reverse DNS lookup on the source and destination IP addresses and prints the associated hostnames. The -n switch suppresses this lookup, so that raddump(1) will simply print the IP addresses in dotted quad notation.|
|-s||Print short hostnames. If hostnames are being printed, omit the domain part of the hostname.|
With a saved packet trace:$ raddump < pktfile
For real-time monitoring with snoop:$ mkfifo ./snoopfifo $ snoop -q -s 1500 -o ./snoopfifo udp port 1812 & $ raddump < snoopfifo
For real-time monitoring with tcpdump:$ tcpdump -s 1500 -w - udp port 1812 | raddump
tcpdump(1), snoop(1M), pcap(3), RFC 1761
The original author of raddump(1) was Jon Moore.
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