HP-UX/IRIX/Solaris - libpcap/tcpdump binaries repository

This web site provides updated binaries of both tcpdump and the packet capture library libpcap for the HP-UX, IRIX and Solaris (SPARC and x86) flavours of the Unix operating system. These binaries are stripped (do not include the symbol table, debugging information or line number information) because are production modules that have been debugged and tested. The source code of both tcpdump and libpcap can be found in The Tcpdump Group homepage.

Libpcap - packet capture library

The packet capture library provides a high level interface to packet capture systems like tcpdump. All packets on the network, even those destined for other hosts, are accessible through this mechanism. The current version for libpcap is 0.7.1.

   Filename                                    Description
   libpcap-0.7.1-hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20.tar.Z    HP-9000 series, HP-UX 10.20
   libpcap-0.7.1-hppa1.1-hp-hpux11.00.tar.Z    HP-9000 series, HP-UX 11.00
   libpcap-0.7.1-mips-sgi-irix6.5.tar.Z        Silicon Graphics, IRIX 6.5
   libpcap-0.7.1-sparc-sun-solaris2.6.tar.Z    Sun SPARC, Solaris 2.6

Note: Those tarballs should be extracted in /opt.

Tcpdump - dump traffic on a network

Tcpdump is a tool designed to print out the headers of packets on a network interface. Tcpdump version 3.6 was released on January 10, 2001. The current version is 3.7.1.

   Filename                                    Description
   tcpdump-3.7.1-hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20.tar.Z    HP-9000 series, HP-UX 10.20
   tcpdump-3.7.1-hppa1.1-hp-hpux11.00.tar.Z    HP-9000 series, HP-UX 11.00
   tcpdump-3.7.1-mips-sgi-irix6.5.tar.Z        Silicon Graphics, IRIX 6.5
   tcpdump-3.7.1-sparc-sun-solaris2.6.tar.Z    Sun SPARC, Solaris 2.6

Note: Those tarballs should be extracted in /opt.


Thanks goes to all The Tcpdump Group members for continuing supporting the development of these useful tools created by the Network Research Group (NRG) of the Information and Computing Sciences Division (ICSD) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley (California). Thanks goes to The Tcpdump Group for sponsoring this web site too.

Special thanks to Brent L. Bates from NASA Langley Research Center, Andrew Gabriel, Guy Harris, Bill Hassell from the Hewlett-Packard Response Center, Anand Kumria, Victor M. Rayon Rico from the University of Oviedo, Michael Richardson from Solidum Systems, Bo Thidé from the Swedish Institute of Space Physics, and Dave Uhring. Without their many helpful comments this work would not be possible.

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