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PPPDUMP(8)							    PPPDUMP(8)

       pppdump - convert PPP record file to readable format

       pppdump [ -h | -p [ -d ]] [ -r ] [ -m mru ] [ file ...  ]

       The  pppdump utility converts the files written using the record option
       of pppd into a human-readable format.  If one  or  more	filenames  are
       specified,  pppdump  will read each in turn; otherwise it will read its
       standard input.	In each case the result is written to standard output.

       The options are as follows:

       -h     Prints the bytes sent and received in hexadecimal.   If  neither
	      this  option  nor	 the  -p  option  is  specified, the bytes are
	      printed as the characters themselves, with non-printing and non-
	      ASCII characters printed as escape sequences.

       -p     Collects	the  bytes  sent and received into PPP packets, inter‐
	      preting the async HDLC framing and escape characters and	check‐
	      ing  the FCS (frame check sequence) of each packet.  The packets
	      are printed as hex values and as characters (non-printable char‐
	      acters are printed as `.').

       -d     With  the	 -p  option,  this option causes pppdump to decompress
	      packets which have been  compressed  with	 the  BSD-Compress  or
	      Deflate methods.

       -r     Reverses the direction indicators, so that `sent' is printed for
	      bytes or packets received, and `rcvd' is printed	for  bytes  or
	      packets sent.

       -m mru Use mru as the MRU (maximum receive unit) for both directions of
	      the link when checking for over-length PPP packets (with the  -p


				 1 April 1999			    PPPDUMP(8)

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