packet.record man page
packet.record — Record module
Provides the object for a record and the string representation of the record in a tcpdump trace file.
Record object Usage: from packet.record import Record x = Record(pktt, data) Object definition: Record( frame = int, # Frame number index = int, # Packet number seconds = int, # Seconds usecs = int, # Microseconds length_inc = int, # Number of bytes included in trace length_orig = int, # Number of bytes in packet secs = float, # Absolute seconds including microseconds rsecs = float, # Seconds relative to first packet ) Methods defined here: --------------------- __init__(self, pktt, data) Constructor Initialize object's private data.
pktt: Packet trace object (packet.pktt.Pktt) so this layer has access to the parent layers. data: Raw packet data for this layer.__str__(self) String representation of object The representation depends on the verbose level set by debug_repr(). If set to 0 the generic object representation is returned. If set to 1 the representation of the object is condensed to display either or both the frame or packet numbers and the timestamp: '57 2014-03-16 13:42:56.530957 ' If set to 2 the representation of the object also includes the number of bytes on the wire, number of bytes captured and a little bit more
verbose: 'frame 57 @ 2014-03-16 13:42:56.530957, 42 bytes on wire, 42 packet bytes'
No known bugs.
Jorge Mora (firstname.lastname@example.org)
nfstest_file(1), nfstest_pkt(1), packet.pktt(3).