rwp2yaf2silk - Convert PCAP data to SiLK Flow Records with YAF
rwp2yaf2silk --in=INPUT_SPEC --out=FILE [--dry-run] [--yaf-program=YAF] [--yaf-args='ARG1 ARG2'] [--rwipfix2silk-program=RWIPFIX2SILK] [--rwipfix2silk-args='ARG1 ARG2']
rwp2yaf2silk is a script to convert a pcap(3) file, such as that produced by tcpdump(1), to a single file of SiLK Flow records. The script assumes that the yaf(1) and rwipfix2silk(1) commands are available on your system.
The --in and --out switches are required. Note that the --in switch is processed by yaf, and the --out switch is processed by rwipfix2silk.
For information on reading live pcap data and using rwflowpack(8) to store that data in hourly files, see the SiLK Installation Handbook.
Option names may be abbreviated if the abbreviation is unique or is an exact match for an option. A parameter to an option may be specified as --arg=param or --arg param, though the first form is required for options that take optional parameters.
Read the pcap records from INPUT_SPEC. If reading from a file, this
is a filename, a directory name, a file glob pattern (in which case it
should be escaped or quoted to prevent the shell from expanding the
glob pattern), or the string
stdin to read from standard
Write the SiLK Flow records to FILE. The string
may be used for the standard output, as long as it is not connected to
Do not invoke any commands, just print the commands that would be invoked.
Use YAF as the location of the yaf program. When not specified, rwp2yaf2silk assumes there is a program yaf on your $PATH.
Pass the additional ARGS to the yaf program.
Use RWIPFIX2SILK as the location of the rwipfix2silk program. When not specified, rwp2yaf2silk assumes there is a program rwipfix2silk on your $PATH.
Pass the additional ARGS to the rwipfix2silk program.