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TRACEREPORT(1)			 User Commands			TRACEREPORT(1)

NAME
       tracereport - produce various reports on	a trace	(or traceset)

SYNOPSIS
       tracereport  [ -f bpf | --filter=bpf ] [	-e |  --error ]	[ -F |	--flow
       ] [ -m |	 --misc	] [ -P |  --protocol ] [ -p |  --port ]	[ -T |	 --tos
       ]  [ -t |  --ttl	] [ -O |  --tcpoptions ] [ -o |	 --synoptions ]	[ -n |
       --nlp ] [ -d |  --direction ] [ -C |  --ecn ] [ -s  |   --tcpsegment  ]
       inputuri...

       tracereport -H |	--help

DESCRIPTION
       tracereport  can	 produce  a  variety of	reports	on the properties of a
       trace.  The user	specifies the reports required using command-line  op-
       tions.

       -f bpf-filter
       --filter	bpf-filter
	      Only  report  on packets that match the provided bpf filter. See
	      tcpdump(1) for the syntax	of the bpf-filter expression.

       -e
       --error
	      Produce a	report on packet errors	(e.g checksum failures,	 rxer-
	      rors)

       -F
       --flow Produces a report	on the number of flows observed	in the trace

       -m
       --misc Provides	a report listing the time of the first packet, and the
	      time of the last packet in the trace, the	 duration,  the	 total
	      number  of packets in the	trace, and the average number of pack-
	      ets per second.

       -P
       --protocol
	      Produces a report	on which transport  layer  protocols  are  ob-
	      served in	the trace

       -p
       --port Produces	a  report  on  which  port numbers are observed	in the
	      trace

       -T
       --tos  Produces a report	on the contents	of the IP header's ToS field

       -t
       --ttl  Produces a report	on the TTL of packets in the trace

       -O
       --tcpoptions
	      Produces a report	on which TCP options are observed on all pack-
	      ets in the trace

       -o
       --synoptions
	      Produces	a  report on which combinations	of TCP options are ob-
	      served on	SYN packets in the trace

       -n
       --nlp  Produces a report	on the network layer protocols observed	in the
	      trace

       -d
       --direction
	      Produces	a report on how	much traffic is	travelling in each di-
	      rection

       -C
       --ecn  Produces a report	on the usage of	 the  ECN  field  of  the  TCP
	      header

       -s
       --tcpsegment
	      Produces a report	on the sizes of	TCP segments in	the trace

       -H
       --help Provides usage instructions

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

SEE ALSO
       libtrace(3), tracemerge(1),  tracesplit(1),  tracesplit_dir(1),	trace-
       filter(1),  traceconvert(1),  tracestats(1),  tracertstats(1), tracere-
       port(1),	 tracepktdump(1),  traceanon(1),   tracesummary(1),   tracere-
       play(1),	tracediff(1), traceends(1), tracetopends(1)

AUTHORS
       Perry Lorier <perry@cs.waikato.ac.nz>

tracereport (libtrace)		 October 2006			TRACEREPORT(1)

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