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authorChris Maynard <Christopher.Maynard@GTECH.COM>2012-03-15 15:03:08 +0000
committerChris Maynard <Christopher.Maynard@GTECH.COM>2012-03-15 15:03:08 +0000
commit2b302230de61c32c8fa0d65b279b68d46eccddf6 (patch)
tree48a844a6465549c6c01e6514d316c43867d9227b /doc
parent9dd8ba6ce5802e986db2977a2057a0330dd42bc7 (diff)
Sort the options.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=41566
Diffstat (limited to 'doc')
-rw-r--r--doc/text2pcap.pod90
1 files changed, 45 insertions, 45 deletions
diff --git a/doc/text2pcap.pod b/doc/text2pcap.pod
index ffd141c982..7288b6ff0f 100644
--- a/doc/text2pcap.pod
+++ b/doc/text2pcap.pod
@@ -6,20 +6,20 @@ text2pcap - Generate a capture file from an ASCII hexdump of packets
=head1 SYNOPSIS
B<text2pcap>
-S<[ B<-h> ]>
+S<[ B<-a> ]>
S<[ B<-d> ]>
-S<[ B<-q> ]>
-S<[ B<-o> hex|oct|dec ]>
-S<[ B<-l> E<lt>typenumE<gt> ]>
S<[ B<-e> E<lt>l3pidE<gt> ]>
+S<[ B<-h> ]>
S<[ B<-i> E<lt>protoE<gt> ]>
+S<[ B<-l> E<lt>typenumE<gt> ]>
S<[ B<-m> E<lt>max-packetE<gt> ]>
-S<[ B<-u> E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt> ]>
-S<[ B<-T> E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt> ]>
+S<[ B<-o> hex|oct|dec ]>
+S<[ B<-q> ]>
S<[ B<-s> E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>,E<lt>tagE<gt> ]>
S<[ B<-S> E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>,E<lt>ppiE<gt> ]>
S<[ B<-t> E<lt>timefmtE<gt> ]>
-S<[ B<-a> ]>
+S<[ B<-T> E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt> ]>
+S<[ B<-u> E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt> ]>
E<lt>I<infile>E<gt>|-
E<lt>I<outfile>E<gt>|-
@@ -88,33 +88,18 @@ handle these dumps.
=over 4
-=item -h
+=item -a
-Displays a help message.
+Enables ASCII text dump identification. It allows to identify the start of
+the ASCII text dump and not include it in the packet even if it looks like HEX.
+
+B<NOTE:> Do not enable it if the input file does not contain the ASCII text dump.
=item -d
Displays debugging information during the process. Can be used
multiple times to generate more debugging information.
-=item -q
-
-Be completely quiet during the process.
-
-=item -o hex|oct|dec
-
-Specify the radix for the offsets (hex, octal or decimal). Defaults to
-hex. This corresponds to the C<-A> option for I<od>.
-
-=item -l
-
-Specify the link-layer header type of this packet. Default is Ethernet
-(1). See L<http://www.tcpdump.org/linktypes.html> for the complete list
-of possible encapsulations. Note that this option should be used if
-your dump is a complete hex dump of an encapsulated packet and you wish
-to specify the exact type of encapsulation. Example: I<-l 7> for ARCNet
-packets.
-
=item -e E<lt>l3pidE<gt>
Include a dummy Ethernet header before each packet. Specify the L3PID
@@ -128,6 +113,10 @@ I<-l 12> does not work for any non-IP Layer 3 packet (e.g. ARP),
whereas generating a dummy Ethernet header with I<-e> works for any
sort of L3 packet.
+=item -h
+
+Displays a help message.
+
=item -i E<lt>protoE<gt>
Include dummy IP headers before each packet. Specify the IP protocol
@@ -137,6 +126,15 @@ an IP header with each packet. Note that an appropriate Ethernet header
is automatically included with each packet as well.
Example: I<-i 46> to specify an RSVP packet (IP protocol 46).
+=item -l
+
+Specify the link-layer header type of this packet. Default is Ethernet
+(1). See L<http://www.tcpdump.org/linktypes.html> for the complete list
+of possible encapsulations. Note that this option should be used if
+your dump is a complete hex dump of an encapsulated packet and you wish
+to specify the exact type of encapsulation. Example: I<-l 7> for ARCNet
+packets.
+
=item -m E<lt>max-packetE<gt>
Set the maximum packet length, default is 64000.
@@ -148,23 +146,14 @@ I<od -Ax -tx1 stream | text2pcap -m1460 -T1234,1234 - stream.pcap>
will convert from plain datastream format to a sequence of Ethernet
TCP packets.
-=item -u E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>
+=item -o hex|oct|dec
-Include dummy UDP headers before each packet. Specify the source and
-destination UDP ports for the packet in decimal. Use this option if
-your dump is the UDP payload of a packet but does not include any UDP,
-IP or Ethernet headers. Note that appropriate Ethernet and IP headers
-are automatically also included with each packet.
-Example: I<-u1000,69> to make the packets look like TFTP/UDP packets.
+Specify the radix for the offsets (hex, octal or decimal). Defaults to
+hex. This corresponds to the C<-A> option for I<od>.
-=item -T E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>
+=item -q
-Include dummy TCP headers before each packet. Specify the source and
-destination TCP ports for the packet in decimal. Use this option if
-your dump is the TCP payload of a packet but does not include any TCP,
-IP or Ethernet headers. Note that appropriate Ethernet and IP headers
-are automatically also included with each packet.
-Sequence numbers will start at 0.
+Be completely quiet during the process.
=item -s E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>,E<lt>tagE<gt>
@@ -199,12 +188,23 @@ a second.
B<NOTE:> Date/time fields from the current date/time are
used as the default for unspecified fields.
-=item -a
+=item -T E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>
-Enables ASCII text dump identification. It allows to identify the start of
-the ASCII text dump and not include it in the packet even if it looks like HEX.
+Include dummy TCP headers before each packet. Specify the source and
+destination TCP ports for the packet in decimal. Use this option if
+your dump is the TCP payload of a packet but does not include any TCP,
+IP or Ethernet headers. Note that appropriate Ethernet and IP headers
+are automatically also included with each packet.
+Sequence numbers will start at 0.
-B<NOTE:> Do not enable it if the input file does not contain the ASCII text dump.
+=item -u E<lt>srcportE<gt>,E<lt>destportE<gt>
+
+Include dummy UDP headers before each packet. Specify the source and
+destination UDP ports for the packet in decimal. Use this option if
+your dump is the UDP payload of a packet but does not include any UDP,
+IP or Ethernet headers. Note that appropriate Ethernet and IP headers
+are automatically also included with each packet.
+Example: I<-u1000,69> to make the packets look like TFTP/UDP packets.
=back