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NET-MQTT-TRACE(1)     User Contributed Perl Documentation    NET-MQTT-TRACE(1)

NAME
       net-mqtt-trace -	Perl script for	decoding MQTT messages from IP packets

VERSION
       version 1.143260

SYNOPSIS
	 net-mqtt-trace	[options] {dev|dumpfile}

	 # live	decode
	 # decode MQTT packets that are	visible	on the interface eth0
	 net-mqtt-trace	eth0

	 # batch decode
	 # sniff 100 MQTT packets from eth0 and	write them to mqtt.tcp
	 # then	later decode MQTT messages from	tcpdump	file
	 tcpdump -w mqtt.tcp -i	eth0 -c	100 -s 4096 tcp	and port 1883
	 net-mqtt-trace	mqtt.tcp

DESCRIPTION
       This script is an MQTT message decoder for IP packets.  Packets can be
       decoded live by sniffing	traffic	on a network interface or they can be
       batched processed by reading them from a	tcpdump	file.

OPTIONS
       -help
	   Print a brief help message.

       -man
	   Print the manual page.

       -verbose
	   Include more	verbose	output.	 By default, the start and end of
	   processing produce a	little output.	This option turns on further
	   output including a summary of the counts of different packets
	   decoded.

       -quiet
	   Remove even the basic verbose output.

       -link
	   Print link layer - assumed to be Ethernet - information.  This
	   option may be repeated to get further output.

       -ip Print ip layer information.	This option may	be repeated to get
	   further output.

       -tcp
	   Print TCP layer information.	 This option may be repeated to	get
	   further output.

       -mqtt
	   Print MQTT message information.  This option	may be repeated	to get
	   further output.

       -count NNN
	   Stop	processing after the given number of packets.  The default is
	   to process all packets.

       -snaplen	NNN
	   Maximum length of data to capture for each packet.  Default is
	   65535.  This	is only	used when capturing directly from a device.

       -promisc
	   Turn	on promiscuous mode.  Default is off.  This is only used when
	   capturing directly from a device.

       -timeout	NNN
	   The read timeout in milliseconds.  Default is 0 (no timeout).  This
	   is only used	when capturing directly	from a device.

SEE ALSO
       Net::MQTT::Message(3), Net::Pcap(3), tcpdump(8)

AUTHOR
       Mark Hindess <soft-cpan@temporalanomaly.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       This software is	copyright (c) 2014 by Mark Hindess.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same	terms as the Perl 5 programming	language system	itself.

perl v5.32.0			  2014-11-22		     NET-MQTT-TRACE(1)

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