I know I can capture whole packets (snaplen 0) and select verbose (and verbose ++) output when viewing packet captures with tcpdump on mmt interface.
But can I see whole packet in CLI? Verbose output only seems to add some header fields, I can't see content of a packet.
I know I can export the files via SCP. But some customers won't agree to open SSH from their mgmt network to let's say client VPN address pool.
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I think you want the "hex-" command options:
view-pcap hex + hex Print each packet (minus link header) in hex + hex-ascii Print each packet (minus link header) in hex and ASCII + hex-ascii-link Print each packet (including link header) in hex and ASCII + hex-link Print each packet (including link header) in hex
For example, using the full "verbose++ yes" option (top line) with "hex-ascii-link yes" gets this type of output:
11:50:35.821556 70:8b:cd:51:d6:90 (oui Unknown) > 33:33:00:00:00:0c (oui Unknown), ethertype IPv6 (0x86dd), length 718: 0x0000: 3333 0000 000c 708b cd51 d690 86dd 6009 33....p..Q....`. 0x0010: e6a6 0298 1101 fe80 0000 0000 0000 5c97 ..............\. 0x0020: 2f45 3d8c f357 ff02 0000 0000 0000 0000 /E=..W.......... 0x0030: 0000 0000 000c db69 0e76 0298 13f2 3c3f .......i.v....<? 0x0040: 786d 6c20 7665 7273 696f 6e3d 2231 2e30 xml.version="1.0 0x0050: 2220 656e 636f 6469 6e67 3d22 7574 662d ".encoding="utf- 0x0060: 3822 3f3e 3c73 6f61 703a 456e 7665 6c6f 8"?><soap:Envelo 0x0070: 7065 2078 6d6c 6e73 3a73 6f61 703d 2268 pe.xmlns:soap="h 0x0080: 7474 703a 2f2f 7777 772e 7733 2e6f 7267 ttp://www.w3.org 0x0090: 2f32 3030 332f 3035 2f73 6f61 702d 656e /2003/05/soap-en 0x00a0: 7665 6c6f 7065 2220 786d 6c6e 733a 7773 velope".xmlns:ws 0x00b0: 613d 2268 7474 703a 2f2f 7363 6865 6d61 a="http://schema .....
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