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TCPILLUST(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		  TCPILLUST(1)

NAME
     tcpillust -- a graphical TCP connection analysis tool

SYNOPSIS
     tcpillust [-Vhv] [-g geometry] file [file]

DESCRIPTION
     tcpillust takes tcpdump file(s) specified on the command line and draw
     pictures like figures in the ``TCP/IP Illustrated'' series.

     Tcpdump files used	by tcpillust should contain only data for a single TCP
     connection. If other data are contained in	the tcpdump files, tcpillust
     can't generate results or the results will	be inaccurate.

     When tcpillust takes a single tcpdump file, it guesses transmit time and
     receive time on the remote	host. When tcpillust takes two tcpdump files,
     it	regards	them as	tcp-client side	file and tcp-server side file, and
     generate the results from them.  If you want precise analysis, you	should
     use two tcpdump files.

Options
     -g	geometry
	     Set the size and location of the window.

     -h	     Display the usage and exit.

     -v	     Display the Tcpillust version and exit.

     -V	     Be	verbose.  Generate debugging output to standard	output.

AUTHOR CONTACT
     Yoshifumi Nishida <nishida@csl.sony.co.jp>

BSD				 April 7, 2020				   BSD

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