Python packet capture utility
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Tue Feb 2 16:09:26 CET 2010
On 2010-02-02, VYAS ASHISH M-NTB837 <ashish.vyas at motorola.com> wrote:
> Dear All
> I want to capture tcp packets in python. I need to do this on both
> Windows and Linux on python3.1
> I came across the following:
> I am not able to evaluate on my own.
And we're supposed to evaluate them for you?
pycap: last release 5/2003.
pylibpcap: last release 5/2008
pycap: last release 1/2007
pcapy: last release 3/2007
> Which one should I pick up?
I'd start with the newest one. It's the one I use, and it
works fine for me.
> Priority is python3.1 support on both windows and Linux.
I don't think any of them support 3.1.
> I don't have to do many/complex operations. If it is not so
> programmer friendly I am OK.
> Also let me know if 2to3 would help here if there is not
> python3 support.
I'f you're not expereienced porting libraries from 2.4 to 3.1,
then you shouldn't be using 3.1.
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