[e2e] How to get TCPanaly

Paddy Ganti pganti at gmail.com
Fri Sep 8 09:51:54 PDT 2006


RFC 2398 says you need to contact Vern Paxson (vern at ee.lbl.gov) for the
source. In his paper introducing this tool
"Automated Packet Trace Analysis of TCP Implementations" he concluded with
the following note which may explain lack of source distribution

"We regard tcpanaly's development as not fully satisfying because of our
inability to write the tool in terms of one-pass analysis of generic

TCP actions, but the triple impediments of packet filter errors,vantage
point ambiguities, and wide behavioral variation across different
TCP implementations makes this difficult to achieve."


On 9/7/06, sharad misra <sharad2833 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>    Can you tell me how to get TCPanaly and its source as well. If someone
> has it can anyone send it to me.
>   Regards
> Sharad Misra
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