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capture command

The packet decoding feature using the "capture" command (available since 6.2) comes in handy when troubleshooting applications. I find that viewing the decodes using a browser is easier when working remote from the PIX rather than viewing it through a terminal session (especially since I'm often working with developers & others).

However, I havn't found a way to use the "dump" or "detail" parameters as I can when using the console or terminal (e.g. "sh capture TEST dump" )

Does anyone know if it's possible to do this?

Don

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Re: capture command

You can't use these commands when viewing the capture from a web browser. The only thing you can do is add the /pcap parameter onto the end of the URL then the PIX will download the file in libpcap format that you can then save to a file and look at with tcpdump/ethereal.

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