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python versions of perl modules

I need to process some tcpdump files. PERL has Net::Pcap and
NetPacket, but I would rather work in PYTHON. Do PYTHON equivialnts
of these two modules exist?

Earl Eiland

Jul 18 '05 #1
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"Earl Eiland" <ee*@nmt.edu> writes:
I need to process some tcpdump files. PERL has Net::Pcap and
NetPacket, but I would rather work in PYTHON. Do PYTHON equivialnts
of these two modules exist?

Google is your friend.


Search for words like "python", "pcap", "packet", and other terminology
related to what you're trying to do.

Michael Fuhr
Jul 18 '05 #2
So is that a yes or a no to the man's question?

Jul 18 '05 #3
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So is that a yes or a no to the man's question?

Of course it is.
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Jul 18 '05 #4
bi********@gmai l.com writes:
So is that a yes or a no to the man's question?

Some people think that teaching others how to find answers for
themselves is a greater service than simply giving them an answer.
It helps them become more self-sufficient, which leads to increased
productivity becase they no longer have to wait for somebody else
to solve their problems. It also leads to greater confidence that
the answer is correct because they no longer have to trust that
somebody else knows what they're talking about or is telling the

Michael Fuhr
Jul 18 '05 #5

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