Tool 18: Reassemble IP packets of a record, and reorder TCP flow


  This tool reads packet from one record, tries to reassemble IP packets
  and reorder TCP sequences. Please note, packets may be lost.
  Parameter --src-file indicates the input record filename.
  Parameter --input-dlt defines the DLT of packets in input record (it
  depends on how it was sniffed, generally 'ether' (for Ethernet) or
  'raw' (if packet starts at IP header)). Full list is available through
  netwag or running tool 12.
  Parameter --dst-file indicates the output record filename.
  Parameter --recordencode defines how to encode data in this record
  (suggested values: bin, pcap and mixed_wrap).
  Parameter --tcpreord tries to reorder TCP flow (seqnum increments).
  This might miss packets.


  capture, frame


  netwox 18 -f file [-t dlt] -F file [-r recordencode] [-o|+o]


parameter description example
-f|--src-file file input record file srcfile.txt
-t|--input-dlt dlt dlt type of input record ether
-F|--dst-file file output record file dstfile.txt
-r|--recordencode recordencode encoding type for output record bin
-o|--tcpreord|+o|--no-tcpreord also reorder TCP packets  


  netwox 18 -f "srcfile.txt" -F "dstfile.txt"

  netwox 18 --src-file "srcfile.txt" --dst-file "dstfile.txt"