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TRACEREPLAY(1)			 User Commands			TRACEREPLAY(1)

NAME
       tracereplay - Replay a trace in trace time from one uri to another

SYNOPSIS
       tracereplay  [-b	 | --broadcast]	[-s --snaplength [ snaplength] ] [-f |
       --filter	[ filter string	] ] inputuri outputuri

DESCRPTION
       tracereplay replays inputuri to outputuri in trace time.	Checksums  are
       recomputed on the fly.

       -b
       --broadcast

	      Change the 802.3 (ethernet) destination address to the broadcast
	      address.	This will send the transmitted packets to any hosts on
	      the local	network.

       -s[snaplength]
       --snaplength[snaplength]
	      Truncate	the packets to the length specified. This only makes a
	      difference if the	inputuri is a capture device. The value	should
	      be > 0. Inappropriate values will	be ignored, but	a warning will
	      be printed.

       -f[filterstring]
       --filter[filter]
	      Apply a filter to	the inputuri.

LINKS
       More  details  about  tracereplay  (and	libtrace)  can	be  found   at
       http://www.wand.net.nz/trac/libtrace/wiki/UserDocumentation

SEE ALSO
       libtrace(3),  tracesplit(1),  tracesplit_dir(1),	tracefilter(1),	trace-
       merge(1),  traceconvert(1),  tracereport(1),  tracertstats(1),  traces-
       tats(1),	 tracepktdump(1), traceanon(1),	tracesummary(1), tracediff(1),
       traceends(1), tracetopends(1)

AUTHORS
       Andreas	   Loef	    <andreas.lof@cs.waikato.ac.nz>,	Yuwei	  Wang
       <yww4@cs.waikato.ac.nz>

tracereplay (libtrace)		 November 2009			TRACEREPLAY(1)

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