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tcpview for Solaris2.5.x

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I am looking for the tcpview of Public Domain software that will work
in Solaris 2.5.x.  Does anyone know if there is the tcpview ?

I guess that it is difficult to install the tcpview-1.0.tar.Z to
Solaris 2.5.x. The tcpview-1.0.tar.Z is gotten from
ftp.cac.washington.edu

I know that snoop(1m) in Solaris 2.5.1 provides the same functionality
as tcpdump, but it doesn't have any graphical user interface.  And
then the Sun User Group SECURITY CD-ROM containes a tcpview, but it is
commercial, and I'm not sure that it is for Solaris 2.5.x.
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Try packetman available from ftp:cs.curtin.au
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