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Tcpreplay is a set of Unix tools which allows the editing and replaying of captured network traffic in pcap (tcpdump) format. It can be used to test a variety of passive and inline network devices, including IPS's, UTM's, routers, firewalls, and NIDS.

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2010-04-10 07:47
3.4.4

This release improves IPv6, 802.1q, and TCP/UDP port rewriting, and adds periodic statistical reports during replay. Users are now warned when tcprewrite will truncate their packets due to broken pcap headers. The default timing method was changed to gettimeofday() for improved replay accuracy for most platforms.
Tags: Bugfixes, Enhancements, Stable

2009-06-26 06:55
3.4.3

This release fixes some build issues under certain corner cases.
Tags: Minor bugfixes, Stable

2009-05-21 06:13
3.4.2

This release adds extensive IPv6 decoding and editing support to tcpreplay(-edit), tcprewrite, tcpprep, and tcpbridge.
Tags: Feature Enhancements, Stable

2009-02-23 20:21
3.4.1

Being a minor release, this is mostly bugfixes and feature requests reported by users, including making tcpreplay and tcprewrite into a single tool again by default. To allow this while still providing for maximum performance when necessary, there are now two tcpreplay binaries: tcpreplay and tcpreplay-edit.
Tags: Minor bugfixes, Stable

2009-01-15 15:53
3.4.0

This release includes over six months of bugfixes
and enhancements centering on performance,
portability, and packet editing.
Tags: Major bugfixes, Stable

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