Solaris's Snoop command

	snoop - capture and inspect network packets

Usage:  snoop
        [ -a ]                  # Listen to packets on audio
        [ -d device ]           # settable to le?, ie?, bf?, tr?
        [ -s snaplen ]          # Truncate packets
        [ -c count ]            # Quit after count packets
        [ -P ]                  # Turn OFF promiscuous mode
        [ -D ]                  # Report dropped packets
        [ -S ]                  # Report packet size
        [ -i file ]             # Read previously captured packets
        [ -o file ]             # Capture packets in file
        [ -n file ]             # Load addr-to-name table from file
        [ -N ]                  # Create addr-to-name table
        [ -t  r|a|d ]           # Time: Relative, Absolute or Delta
        [ -v ]                  # Verbose packet display
        [ -V ]                  # Show all summary lines
        [ -p first[,last] ]     # Select packet(s) to display
        [ -x offset[,length] ]  # Hex dump from offset for length
        [ -C ]                  # Print packet filter code
        [ -q ]                  # Suppress printing packet count
        [ -r ]                  # Do not resolve address to name

        [ filter expression ]

        snoop -o saved  host fred

        snoop -i saved -tr -v -p19

 	 snoop captures packets from the network and  displays  their
     contents.  snoop  uses  both  the  network packet filter and
     streams buffer modules to provide efficient capture of pack-
     ets  from  the network. Captured packets can be displayed as
     they are received,  or saved to a file for later inspection.

     snoop can display packets in a single-line summary  form  or
     in verbose multi-line forms.  In summary form, only the data
     pertaining to the highest level protocol is displayed.   For
     example,  an   NFS  packet  will  have only  NFS information
     displayed.  The underlying RPC, UDP, IP, and ethernet  frame
     information  is suppressed but can be displayed if either of
     the verbose options are chosen.

     snoop requires an interactive interface.