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From Doug Davis <>
Subject RE: Using tcpmon to monitor web conversation
Date Mon, 22 Dec 2003 04:00:49 GMT

Try pointing your browser to:  http://localhost:1234

Oliver White <> on 12/21/2003 10:35:39 PM

Please respond to

To:    "''" <>
Subject:    RE: Using tcpmon to monitor web conversation

Hi folks,

I didn't get a response to this post. Who should I contact to discuss the
usage of tcpmon? Is there a maintainer who wouldn't mind a polite email?


Oliver White

-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver White []
Sent: Tuesday, 16 December 2003 2:45 PM
To: ''
Subject: Using tcpmon to monitor web conversation

Hi folks,
I'm just trying to come to grips with tcpmon.
Essentially what I want to do is monitor a conversation between a browser
and web server. To test out tcpmon I used the following settings:
Listen port: 1234
Port: 80
And then visited the site using mozilla.
tcpmon reported that it was waiting for a connection and that was all.

Am I misusing the software?
Oliver White

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